Whilst the earth may have moved for England fans after Harry Kane kept his cool against Tunisia to score a late winning goal, one of the most disappointing moments from the World Cup so far has had nothing to do with performances on the pitch, or even the reaction of fans off it. No, it has been the news that the apparent seismic activity recoded in Mexico City as its occupants roared in unified delight at the match-winning goal over Germany wasn’t anything to do with millions of people jumping up and down in joy. Nope, according to Xyoli Perez Campos, head of Servico Sismologico Nacional (SSN) the vibrations picked up don’t match those of any kind of earth tremor caused by man or nature. He claims the peak in activity was probably caused by one person, or perhaps a few people, jumping up and down next to the seismology station. That’s a disappointment of seismic proportions.