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Japandwagon carries on despite lose.

Japandwagon carries on despite lose.

Japandwagon carries on despite lose.
Noppatjak Attanon

Japan rugby World Cup merchandise sales still roars despite the team’s defeat to Scotland in the second game of group stage. Supporter says their victory over South Africa is historical.
Japan replica jerseys have been sold out since last Saturday when they beat South Africa 34-32 in a greatest Rugby World Cup shock ever follows by rapid demand of the team merchandise which expect to rise even higher if the team seek another upset against Scotland on Wednesday afternoon.
Japan lost narrowly to Scotland with a good fight in the first half. Despite the result people still come to stores and ask for Japan Rugby merchandise. “After their win against South Africa there are hundreds people everyday from all over the world asking about Japan jersey.” Eliza Kwiatkowska Sales Assistant at Lillywhites the famous sports retailer at Piccadilly Circus told us.
“They put up a good fight and we will still be proud to wear the jersey even if they lose today against Scotland. And it is such a great memory to have” Josiane Harris a British customer says.
According to the event chief executive, Brett Gosper, an official World Cup Rugby store in Oxford Street was forced to close after a high demand from fans. “We had to close  official merchandise store on Oxford St yesterday due to overwhelming merchandise demand from the Japanese public.” Gosper tweeted hours after the game.
England and New Zealand jerseys still rank top two most popular rugby merchandise with Japan rising to third after a low-key sales before the game on Saturday.