Mexico in trouble with Federation Internationale de Football Association after fans' homophobic chants

Mexico in trouble with Federation Internationale de Football Association after fans' homophobic chants

Federation Internationale de Football Association said on Sunday it was looking into reports of alleged homophobic chants by Mexico fans during their country's 1-0 World Cup win against Germany at Moscow's Luzhniki stadium. Both literally and figuratively.

According to SIMMSA, the seismic monitoring network of the Institute of Geological and Atmospheric Research, tremors were detected in Mexico City during Mexico's World Cup matchup against Germany on Sunday.

Brazil's win over Croatia in 2006 remains the only example of a World Cup holder winning their opening game in 20 years after Germany's defeat to Mexico on Sunday.

SIMMSA Mexico, the agency that detected the quake, is a division of the Institute of Geological and Atmospheric Research.

The win gives Mexico three points and puts them in a golden spot to move on, while Germany now can't afford another slip up with South Korea and Sweden to come. The winger had an impressive first season in Eindhoven, scoring 19 goals and setting up 11 more in 34 appearances as PSV won the Eredivisie title.

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Germany coach Joachim Loew did not mince his words about his side's performance, saying his team had played "very badly" in the first half of the Group F tie.

"Our team has experience of losses".

"He told us to keep playing like we were playing".

"We had a couple of shots on goal but somehow it seemed jinxed, the ball wouldn't go in".

"In the second half we pressed more but Mexico dropped back and played on the break".

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