Mexican soccer fans cause “artificial earthquake” when teams scores against Germany

Mexican soccer fans cause “artificial earthquake” when teams scores against Germany
The home country went wild. #VamosConTodo
¡No es broma! So wild, in fact, that there was a human-induced earthquake. It was a game Mexico wasn’t supposed to win. That’s gotta be the epitome of GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL! El gol de @HirvingLozano70 Lozano provocó un sismo artificial en México 😱😱😱https://t.co/VdlBH2B9td pic.twitter.com/XfkhjLxUbD
— Televisa Deportes (@TD_Deportes) June 17, 2018

More here. But then, something of a miracle. Around the 35th minute, winger Hirving Lozano curved one in. Germany, the defending World Cup champion, isn’t the kind of team to lose their opening game. It was the only goal Mexico would need. Many believed that Mexico had drawn the short straw in Group F.