Silent Hill becomes a trend on Twitter for a soccer game in Mexico

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We have been many years without a new delivery of Silent Hill, but that doesn’t mean that people have forgotten. In fact, it is still part of the collective mind and as proof we have that it became a trend on Twitter due to a soccer game of the Mexican National Team.

On the afternoon of this Tuesday, November 17, Mexico played a friendly match against the Japan team. It was a regular match that ended 2-0 in favor of our national team thanks to goals scored by Hirvng Lozano and Raúl Jiménez.

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As you can imagine, the result was not what caused Silent Hill became a trend, then what was it? It turns out that the match took place at the Stadion Graz-Liebenau, a stadium in the city of Graz in Austria. There the temperature was low and there was a lot of humidity, which caused the appearance of fog.

Thus, in the transmission that thousands of people tuned in to watch the game, it was very difficult to witness the plays. This since the mist barely let see what was happening on the field of play.

The community compared the encounter with Silent Hill

If you have been on social networks for a long time, you know very well that, every time a lot of fog appears, there is no shortage of who compares it to Silent Hill. On this occasion, thousands of people did it.

So, within minutes of the game over, Silent Hill became a Twitter trend. This thanks to a lot of users who decided to make jokes and comments comparing the stadium with the popular Konami game.

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What did you think of this event? Did you ever imagine that Silent Hill became a trend because of a soccer game? Tell us in the comments.

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