However, despite the devastatingly cruel blow, numerous fans remained in the stadium after the match had ended to help tidy up - still swaddled in their patriotic outfits.
Despite a 3am kickoff in Japan, the trending hashtag "Nebusoku Japan" which translates to "lack of sleep Japan" ensured a huge following in the country.
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Despite failing to rid themselves of their second-round curse, Layun was proud of Mexico's campaign in Russian Federation . The same tactic worked wonders for the team when they defeated Germany in the group stage.
"This was a really good team, their passing and scoring and teamwork", said 39-year-old hairdresser Kenichi Okegami.
"I might have finished my career for the national team, but I'm happy because we have many young players following us, and I think that they will make new history for Japanese football". "It's in our hands, we need to give everything and see what happens. The players deserve to come home with their heads held high".
These teams drew 0-0 in the group stage of the last World Cup, and Mexico qualified for the last 16 here at the expense of Germany, beating the holders 1-0 in Moscow in their opening game. This World Cup keeps on giving and we expect that to continue as we race towards finalizing the cast for the quarter-finals of this tournament.
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"Anyway, I'll do my best. I'm forced to ask myself, do I still upload my values even when I'm going through my worst moments?"
Honda had looked at risk of missing out on Russian Federation after falling out of favor under previous Samurai Blue head coach Vahid Halilhodzic, who was sacked and replaced by Akira Nishino two months before the start of the tournament. The Red Devils are right in the midst of their golden generation, with so many of their most important players now in their physical primes. As for the result, I am very disappointed.
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