Mexicans celebrating Hirving Lozano’s goal against Germany caused an artificial earthquake of 4.3 magnitude. The historic goal came in the 35th-minute of the match. Fans could not keep a lid over their emotions and that caused the minor quake. Mexico’s victory over a formidable Germany has to be one of the biggest victories in Mexican football history. Germany entered the FIFA World Cup 2018 as one of the front-runners to the title.Also Read - FIFA World Cup 2022 Organisers Hoping For More Indian Eyeballs Than Previous Edition

To understand it in detail, one has to look at the seismic graph. Two sensors inside the city detected the seismic event, according to SIMMSA, a branch of the area’s Institute of Geological and Atmospheric Research. Also Read - Pele Backs Kylian Mbappe to Become Best Player of His Generation, Says French Forward Can Emulate His Tally of 1000 Goals

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It may sound strange as such an incident has never occurred over any sport anywhere recorded. It also is a testament to how hugely popular the sport is.

Here are some videos that show how the Mexicans celebrated the Lozano goal.

This is a big win for the Latin American team and it also puts them in a good position to make it to the Round of 16. Mexico still have two matches to go, but the big one is out of the way.