ITALY 0-0 SWEDEN

Sweden boss sweeps up after triumphant players leave dressing room in a mess

Sweden coach, Janne Andersson took it on himself to sweep up discarded champagne corks, empty water bottles and other rubbish his players left during their celebrations.

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El entrenador de Suecia, Janne Andersson, limpiando el vestuario del Milán.
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Former Liverpool manager Joe Fagan insisted that you should alway leave a visiting dressing room exactly as you found it - even when it meant that he himself had to get a broom from the cupboard to sweep up the mess his players had left on the floor. Sweden coach Janne Andersson is of the same mind. After Sweden held the all-powerful Italy to a 0-0 draw to secure their place at 2018 World Cup Russia, the ensuing celebrations left the visitors' dressing room at San Siro like a pigsty. A cameraman captured Andersson collecting the rubbish left on the dressing room floor - discarded water bottles, chewing gum wrappers, champagne bottle corks, plastic cups... and putting them in the bin, leaving the locker room as tidy as it was when they entered it a few hours earlier. It was the polite thing to do, and surely Joe Fagan would have approved!