The search for the world’s most passionate fans has come to an end.

During Sunday’s World Cup match between Mexico and defending champions Germany, a small artificial earthquake occurred in Mexico City after Hirving Lozano scored the only goal of the game in a counter-attack move.

According to SIMMSA – a seismic monitoring network in the area – the earthquake was likely caused by fans across the city jumping as the team scored, with to monitors picking up the disturbance.

The surprise win for the country displays just how passionate and patriotic its citizens are – and who better to cause a geological disturbance in light of sporting event.

Cover Image: AP Photo/Antonio Calanni via Yahoo Sport UK