FIFA World Cup 2018: Lazano’s Goal against Germany caused Earthquake in Mexico

On Sunday, Mexico defeated defending champions Germany 1-0 in the FIFA World Cup 2018. During the celebration of this great victory of their team, the fans of Mexico caused an artificial earthquake in their country. Ratings similar to the earthquake was recorded on earthquake-detecting devices. As soon as Lazano scored the goal, the people started to dance and the effect of this was felt on the machine like the earthquake in Mexico.

The fans gathered near the famous Angel of Independents Memorial in Mexico City. They started to dance and was waving Mexico’s flags. As soon as the star player Hirving Lozano scored in the 35th minute, people shouted ‘We did it.’

The Geological and Atmospheric Research Institute of Mexico reported this. The institute reported that a very strong shock was felt when Lozano scored a goal in Germany’s goal-post at 11:22 in the morning.

Fans near the Angel of Independents were happily chanting ‘Mexico, Mexico, Mexico’. Mexican Fans is hoping that their team will now reach the next round with 15 other teams. Fans are hoping to reach the quarter-finals of the team, semi-finals and even the finals.

Fans on social media also praised highly the performance of goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa. Many such memes also there in which he is being shown as the next President of Mexico.

Fans of Mexico Trolled Donland Trump:

After the victory of Mexico, social media users from Mexico also trolled the U.S. President Donald Trump. While complimenting on the team goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa’s performance, supporters said that Trump does not need to make a wall on our border anymore. We already have a wall named Ochoa.

Indeed, Trump had promised to build a wall on the Mexican border during his election campaign. He even has often talked about fulfilling this promise.

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