Hold water and watch the ball! Japanese fans really spell it! After the match, Tokyos water consumption soared nearly 5.

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 Hold water and watch the ball! Japanese fans really spell it! After the match, Tokyos water consumption soared nearly 5.


The Japanese team in the world cup with Poland, Columbia and Senegal in a team, from the strength of the paper, Columbia is the most powerful team, so the match between Japan and Columbia has also caused great concern for the Japanese fans.

In the end, the Japanese team beat the opponent by 2-1, winning the world cup. After the game, the media had an interesting data. After the midfield and Columbia midfield, Tokyos water consumption increased by 24% and 50%, respectively. This is due to the fact that Tokyo fans are rushing to toilet. It can also be seen that Japanese fans are concerned about this match. A staff member from the Tokyo Water Bureau said: any city is fluctuating, especially in a world - focused football match. After all, there is only one break in 90 minutes. We have prepared the plan ahead of schedule. Before and after the competition, we adjusted the water supply and the pressure of water supply in Tokyo, so as to avoid an accident of water supply. It is also reported that the games ratings are as high as 48.7%, the highest in Japan this year, more than 33.9% of the countrys winning gold medal in the Pingchang Winter Olympics in February this year. Source: NetEase sports writer: Xiaoxi editor: Zhao Huanyu _NBJ10043

In the end, the Japanese team beat the opponent by 2-1, winning the world cup. After the game, the media had an interesting data. After the midfield and Columbia midfield, Tokyos water consumption increased by 24% and 50%, respectively. This is due to the fact that Tokyo fans are rushing to toilet. It can also be seen that Japanese fans are concerned about this match.

It is also reported that the games ratings are as high as 48.7%, the highest in Japan this year, more than 33.9% of the countrys winning gold medal in the Pingchang Winter Olympics in February this year.