Artificial earthquake in Mexico after World Cup celebration
We all by now well know how Mexican National Team has grabbed place for itself in the history by defeating Germany in the game. The celebration in this city began shortly after Hirving Lozano scored the win for the team. The Mexican government stated that a mini earthquake or you can say an artificial one was caused soon after this victory due to the excessive jumping and happiness across the entire nation.
A tweet by ABC news:
NEW: Agency that monitors earthquakes in Mexico said an “artificial quake” was registered in Mexico City, possibly caused by “massive jumps during the goal from the Mexico national soccer team.”
Though Germany had several chances to turn the tables, team Mexico being built on social attachment worked very hard this time to give their best.
The end however has been magical for Mexicans and they have not left any stone unturned in celebration this victory in the best possible manner. The shaking of the ground has made it very clear that the citizens are proud of how the team has played and are looking forward to what happens next.
While this is all about how Mexico cheers in happiness and joyousness, we will keep you updated about what happens at the ends of other teams. To know more, remain in touch with us at The Flow Online. For further more queries, give us a call or drop a mail.