Mexican fans celebrate opening goal vs. Germany in Berlin


Both literally and figuratively.

Seismic monitoring agency Simmsa said it was caused "possibly by massive jumps during the goal ... of Mexico in the World Cup".

Federation Internationale de Football Association has opened disciplinary proceedings against Mexico after alleged anti-gay chants by fans during their World Cup win over Germany on Sunday.

Germany's path through Group F includes a match against Sweden next Saturday, and it then faces South Korea on June 27.

Lozano went a long way to justifying that price tag by netting the victor as Mexico shocked holders Germany in their World Cup opener on Sunday.

Although it can have different meanings, "puto" is roughly the Spanish equivalent of 'f*****.' Fans in Mexico use the chant to insult opposing goalkeepers as they take a goal kick.

Ted Cruz, Jimmy Kimmel face off in game of one-on-one
After a prolonged period of smack talk from late night television personality Jimmy Kimmel , Ted Cruz had reached a boiling point. That idea didn't fly for Cruz, with him tweeting in response: "NOBODY wants to see that.

But neither the US Geological Survey nor Mexico's National Seismological Service reported an quake in Mexico City that day.

'His pace, his ability to take people on makes me believe that he is a player that will go very far, hopefully he can show that in the next game.

It was the first time since 1982 Germany failed to win their opening game at a World Cup. "That can happen because at a World Cup you come up against tough opponents".

"We will certainly not change our match plan", Low said. Overall we had our chances but did not score. "But watching the other games and seeing the way we performed yesterday I honestly think we can compete against any team".

The Merseyside outfit are keen on striking a deal for the 22-year-old prodigy, reported the Liverpool Echo this month, with PSV director Marcel Brands joining the Blues from the Dutch giants this window.