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That's why he was banned from El Tri, what Chicharito said to Ochoa that made Memo uncomfortable

Guillermo Ochoa and Chicharito met face to face, the striker asked Memo an uncomfortable question 

Javier Hernandez and Ochoa´s inquiry
Javier Hernandez and Ochoa´s inquiry

The Javier Hernandez and Gerardo Martino situation continues to be a topic of discussion. It turns out that Chicharito continues to be one of those banned from the Mexican national team by the coaching staff and soccer federation. In addition, it seems that some players do not want him on the team either.


During the friendly match between Mexican and MLS teams for the Leagues Cup, Javier Hernandez saw Guillermo Ochoa in the distance and approached him. Apparently the question that the goalkeeper had towards the attacker is about the situation of his family and his children making the America goalkeeper uncomfortable about everything that happened in 2019.

More on Mexican national team:

Now that he's needed at El Tri, what Ochoa does to beg for Vela's return

Ochoa was part of Vela and Chicharito's veto; Memo's reaction when he saw them in LA

When the 2019 Gold Cup was running, Chicharito left the concentration of El Tri to see the birth of his first child. A situation that was uncomfortable for some teammates like Guillermo Ochoa, who believed that priority should be given to the professional, as well as many of them.


What was Ochoa's anger with Hernandez?


The Mexican goalkeeper, after winning the title, commented that recently his third daughter was born and unfortunately he could not accompany her. However, it is important for him to take the trophy home and celebrate with the fans. A hint for Hernandez, who has already left the team due to family issues.
 




 

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