WC 2018, Football fans celebrations in Mexico cause an Earthquake!
- Author: Michelle Webb Jun 18, 2018,
Jun 18, 2018, 1:08
And ABC report that an "artificial quake" was registered in Mexico City by the agency that monitors earthquakes in Mexico during the nation's match with Germany. Find out by following our live matchcast.
Mexico supporters outnumbered Germany fans at the Luzhniki Stadium and made nearly all of the noise, roaring their team forward.
"We will not suffer that fate", German coach Joachim Low said through a translator. The last time Mexico saw a World Cup quarterfinal was 1986 when it hosted the competition. We could have scored much earlier, " Osorio said. In two World Cups, the 28-year-old already has 10 goals to his name, two behind the great Brazilian Pele and six behind fellow countryman and all-time tournament scoring leader Miroslav Klose.
The two nations are meeting at the World Cup for the fourth time with Germany having won matches held in 1978, 1986 and 1998 respectively.
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"We need the greed, the fire - it's part of what makes things go off with a bang sometimes in training and on the playing pitch".
German newspaper Die Welt took a swipe at Mexico today in the name of World Cup soccer, publishing a somewhat inflammatory headline about what Germany would do to them on the pitch by alluding to US President Donald Trump's plans for a barrier on the border.
Rafael Marquez, who will retire after the tournament, is set to become just the third player - after compatriot Antonio Carbajal and Germany's Lothar Matthaus - to feature at five World Cups. Instead, a mistimed pass or failure to hit the target meant Mexico couldn't build on their 1-0 lead.
Low added of Saturday's clash with Sweden: "The next game is now more important".
Germany launched a siege at Mexico's goal for majority of the second half but failed to come up with an equalizer, with either Ochoa standing in the way, or Mexico being able to put bodies behind the line of the ball to block the long-range efforts.