Artificial Earthquake Recorded in Mexico After Winning Goal Yesterday.

Yesterday Mexico played and won against Germany during the first rounds of the FIFA World Cup. A minor earthquake was detected just after Mexico scored. According to SIMMSA which monitors seismic activity, the quake was likely caused by “massive” jumping directly after Hirving Lozano scored the winning goal.

Incredibly, this isn’t the first time this has happened – apparently artificial quakes were also recorded in Peru when the country qualified for the cup and also in Iceland when the team scored against Argentina.

Absolutely amazing – sport really does bring people together in colossal ways.

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