Russian Federation has a lot of measures in place to cop the amount of waste and this includes 15000 volunteers for the sole aim of keeping the stadium clean but let's just say Senegal supporters thought otherwise. There has only ever been one non-European victor - Brazil in Sweden in 1958 - and with the two traditional superpowers of south American football both drawing in the first round (Argentina and the Brazilians) against European opposition, it does not look like that 60-year hoodoo will be broken this time round.
The accomplished Cisse, led Senegal to the World Cup quarter-finals in 2002 as the team's captain. The Lions of Teranga's next match is against Japan on 24 June.
Japan has also been getting in on the action and scoured the stadium, row by row, to ensure the Mordovia Arena in Saransk was clean.
An Argentine TV channel showed Senegalese fans to fanning out on the stands and picking up trash and putting it in a pile following their win at the Spartak stadium in Moscow. The supporters of Japan came with bin bags and cleaned up their part of the stadium.
Winless in their six previous World Cup games on European soil, Japan went ahead in the opening minutes thanks to a Shinji Kagawa penalty.
Five defeats in the six games featuring African teams offered little hope of new benchmarks being set with Senegal's 2-1 triumph over Poland the only bright point.
Both Egypt, record winners of the African Nations Cup, and Morocco could both be effectively eliminated inside the first week, while Nigeria and Tunisia failed to offer any glimpse of potential as they lost their opening encounters.