The defending Champions Germany suffered a shock defeat against Mexico in their opening game of the World Cup group F campaign and the people of Mexico certainly enjoyed it, if the reaction in Mexico City was anything to go by.
Mexico were full value for their win and it was Hirving Lozano who made the difference, his first-half strike earning them a 1-0 victory.
— RTÉ Soccer (@RTEsoccer) June 17, 2018
According to SIMMSA, a seismic monitoring network, the subsequent "massive jumps" created an 'artificial' earthquake in the city.
A small artificial earthquake detected in Mexico City “possibly due to mass jumping” when Mexico scored against Germany https://t.co/9arKFZHORU
— Kirk Semple (@KirkSemple) June 17, 2018
This is the moment that caused an earthquake in Mexico City immediately after Hirving Lozano's goal. 🇲🇽
— Futbol World (@FutbolWorId) June 17, 2018
Coming into the tournament the pressure was on Juan Carlos Osorio's side, who were booed by Mexican fans during their last warm-up game so the result will go some way toward appeasing them. They take on South Korea next and look likely to progress from the group after today's result.