Mexico's fans celebrate victory of their team after the match.
Germany's media reacted with concern and worry to the World Cup holder's shock 1-0 defeat against Mexico on Sunday.
Natural disaster sensors in Mexico city were triggered by fans jumping in celebration of their team's winning goal against Germany.
Soccer Football - World Cup - Group F - Germany vs Mexico - Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, Russia - June 17, 2018 Germany's Mesut Ozil, Julian Draxler, Thomas Muller and Toni Kroos look dejected after Mexico's Hirving Lozano (not pictured) scored their first goal.
The report said that the massive celebrations set off natural disaster detectors and throngs registered a highly sensitive quake.More news: Sheriff: 1 deputy killed, another wounded in Kansas
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"I am incredibly happy", said Rodolfo Pulido, 47, who watched the match with his girlfriend and son on a Father's Day outing.
He also said he could now dream of Mexico reaching the next stage along with 15 other teams, getting a shot at reaching the quarter- and semi-finals before the final match.
Another popular meme depicted German Chancellor Angela Merkel holding a phone to her ear with the text: "Donald?"
Germany, who had won just one of their six friendlies ahead of Russian Federation 2018, looked disjointed for large parts of the game and now face a battle to progress to the knock-out stages.