Reactions as Senegal draw 2-2 with Japan

Here are the reactions Senegal draw Japan 2-2 at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Both tams won their opening encounters, Senegal beat Poland 2-1 while Japan beat Columbia by the same scoreline

The game between Senegal and Japan ended 2-2 here are the reactions on Twitter.

Sadio Mane with the opener against Japan

Sadio Mane scored his first World Cup goal which left an impression among Twitter users who hailed his goal and performance.

"Senegal’s star scores his first ever World Cup goal. Sadio Mane up and running at #Russia2018. #SEN"

"Sadio Mane with an absolute screamer, what a goal! My king"

"sadio mane deserves everything good in life"

Takashi Inui and Keisuke Honda equalise for Japan

Takashi Inui and Keisuke Honda equalised for Japan who had to come back from behind twice.

Honda became the first Japanese player to score at three World Cup tournaments, while Inui's performance was also hailed on Twitter.

Here are the reactions to Japan's performance and Honda's heroics and the entertaining game, "Keisuke Honda is the first player to score at three different #WorldCup tournaments for Japan."

"For all of you who decided to take a quick Sunday evening break from the World Cup because “it’s only Japan vs Senegal”, you’ve missed a great game."

"Japan representing Asia and Senegal representing Africa. Both of them are doing good job."

Moussa Wague Africa's youngest scorer at the FIFA World Cup

Moussa Wague became Africa's youngest scorer at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the Senegalese scored in the 71st minute but his side were unable to hold on the lead.

Senegal will hope to book a place in the next round when they take on Columbia while Japan face off with Poland in their last group fixture.

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