Mexico goal celebration caused an earthquake in the country

Mexico’s win over Germany was no less than a surprise, and they celebrated the goal in a way that it caused an artificial earthquake in the Mexico City. The earthquake was detected at the instance when Hirving Lozano scored a goal — the only goal of Mexico’s world cup game with Germany.

The artificial earthquake was triggered by the massive jumping after the goal as explained by SIMMSA, they monitor seismic activity of the area. This clearly defines how passionate are the football fans in the country.

A fan tweeted this describing the passion of the Mexican fans:


SIMMSA described the seismic activity in the following tweet:

Mexican fans have set a new standard for the celebrations, keep a watch on their next game, maybe there is another earthquake on the watch.


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