3-2 was the final score.
Japan couldn't believe it. He knew Belgium's team was a tough opponent to beat. Yet, his team has the upper hand before and immediately after Half time.
It wasn't until the 69th minute that Belgium's team scored. Observing the match with his side of the stadium, Japan watched as his opponent score two more times within the last 25 minutes of the game.
Yes he was disappointed, but there was no reason to throw a hissy fit, like America probably would have. If he was going to lose, he was going to do so honorably.
While Belgium and her team celebrated, hooted, and hollered all across the field, Japan began to pick up as much trash as he could, and threw it all away, coming back for more and more trash. It was true, he'd rather be celebrating on the field, but he knew his team played a good game, and lost. What's done is done.
As he continued to clean up the stadium, he noticed many other fans pitching in, following his example. Japan smiled softly as he noticed th