Football fans around the world are well-aware about the huge upset that took place during the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Russia when Mexico beat defending champions, Germany.
The victory resulted in literal shock waves across the North American landmass when the uproar of rejoicing fans caused an artificial, mini earthquake in Mexico City.
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As reported in several media reports, at about the same time as Mexico scored one of the goals against, the censors detected a mini earthquake.
The Mexican geological service believes that the tremors were, in all likability, a result of a huge number of fans celebrating by jumping in the air and hitting the ground at the same time!
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Watch ABC News report this marvel for yourself!
Apparently, this is not the first time that an artificial earthquake has been set-off by euphoric sports fans.
In 1988, a similar event was recorded when, during a match of American Football, LSU (i.e. Louisiana State University) scored a game winning touchdown against their opponents, Hoover!
This defines our honest to God reaction to this novel phenomenon: