The 2018 FIFA World Cup has actually sent shockwaves around the globe, that’s only if the Mexican Government would agree.
Hirving Lozano marvelled Germany as he broke the deadlocks in Mexico’s oppening match against Joachim Low’s lacklustre side in Russia on Sunday.
Mexico’s supporters insist the Luzhniki Stadium was sent into a quake and the fans back home also went absolutely loco as their side scored against the defending champions.
Unbelievably, Mexico’s report was that the “mass jumping” after Lozano’s goal sparked a little earthquake in the capital city of Mexico. It was confirmed that the tiny tremors occurred immediately after Lozano’s effort in Moscow.
‘The Seismometer detected in Mexico City originated artificially, ‘confirmed by the Mexican government.
‘Possibly by massive jumps during Mexico’s goal at the World Cup. At least two sensors were sent inside the city at about 11:32.’
As he spoke ahead of the match, the Mexican national team manager, Juan Carlos Osorio said his boys were able to go “toe-to-toe” with the defending champions.
‘We can compete with them. We think we have a good chance to match up against the best team in world football and go head-to-head against them,’ he said.
“I completely have faith in my players and with the level of midfielders we have we can dispute the possession.
‘We have got to respect our opponent, but …..we cannot change our pattern of playing. We will always go toe-to-toe.’