Both literally and figuratively.
Fans of Germany in the Moscow Fan Zone watching their team losing in the FIFA World Cup 2018 match between Germany and Mexico, Moscow, Russia. Understandably, plenty of people in Mexico City, their eyes glued to giant television screens in squares and public parks, went bananas.
For the time being, Lozano's focus will be on helping Mexico qualify for the last 16 at the World Cup.
South Korea will play against Mexico June 23.
On Sunday, the Mexican football team stunned the entire world by defeating the defending champions Germany in a nail-biting thriller in the ongoing football world cup in Moscow.
After it scored the winning goal, such an eruption ensued that Mexico's Institute of Geological and Atmospheric Research said two seismometers in its Mexico City network detected a spike in activity.
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Spain's new Socialist government has taken up the cause of the migrants to demonstrate its commitment to protecting human rights. Doctors Without Borders tweeted a photo of one of its team telling the people on board what they could expect.
Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio brought Marquez on to make Mexico's defensive tactics more robust as Germany threw men forward in search of a goal to level the game.
"I am incredibly happy", said Pulido, with his girlfriend and son on a Father's Day outing.
These events are not uncommon and are called "artificial earthquakes", due to the fact that they do no damage to the surface or its inhabitants, and can't be measured on the standard richter scale.
"You could hear already yesterday that players were self-critical", he said.
If ever there's a place to enhance your reputation, it's most certainly the World Cup.
Brazil, and their star Neymar, made their bow in Russian Federation in Rostov-on-Don but gutsy Switzerland battled back to cancel out a Philippe Coutinho strike midway through the first half of the Group E tie.