But not as wild as fans at home in Mexico City, whose epic celebrations caused a minor natural disaster. We got the excitement. We can't wait four more years to make history.
Switzerland coach Vladimir Petkovic described the incident against Miranda as an "ordinary challenge".
"I am proud of their determination", Petkovic said of his team.
"Everyone is very unhappy but tomorrow we have to look forward".
Switzerland were well-organised throughout and Brazil created chances but failed to convert them as Neymar and his teammates lacked the guile to secure the win, becoming the latest of the tournament favourites to stumble. "We need to see what caused this".
Manchester United target Sergej Milinkovic-Savic was a real bright spot for the Serbians, as his passing and physicality in the final third was very effective even though recently promoted Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic missed all of his opportunities. Two of them lost their opening matches while the Italians had to settle for a draw. We had 20 finishes but we should have make the goalkeeper work harder.
Besides Brazil and Germany, Argentina was held to a 1-1 draw by Iceland on Sudnday and Spain and Portugal played to a 3-3 draw on Friday.
Ahead of their opening encounter in the tournament against Switzerland on Sunday, the 26-year-old Brazilian striker also said that his focus was not on individual glory but to lead Brazil to World Cup victory in Russian Federation.
The victory puts Serbia in a strong early position in Group E ahead of games against Brazil and Switzerland as they look to reach the last 16 for the first time since becoming an independent country.
"I'm not surprised with the result", the Bosnian said.
Finishing second in the group could well mean facing Brazil rather than Switzerland or Serbia in the next round.
"Not only for me but for all the players, if it is not the most important it is one of the top three matches (of their careers)".
Osorio said he tried to shield the players from the criticism which has come his way so they could concentrate exclusively on the match.
Tite must hope the malaise that affected his key player - and, it must be said, many of his team mates - will lift before their next game against Costa Rica in St Petersburg on Friday.