The celebrations immediately after Mexico ’s goal against Germany caused an earthquake in Mexico City, according to the Institute of Geological and Atmospheric Research.
PSV Eindhoven star Hirving Lozano opened the scoring ten minutes before half-time and the travelling Mexican supporters in the Luzhniki Stadium went crazy.
But it seems like nothing in comparison to the celebrations over in the Mexican capital, where it’s been reported by the government that a mini-earthquake was caused by intense jumping when Lozano scored.
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— Sky News (@SkyNews) June 17, 2018