Mexico’s coach Miguel Herrera announced that Javier “El Chicharito” Hernandez will not start again in their Group A match with host country, Brazil.

Many voices were calling for “El Chicharito” to start over Giovani dos Santos, but many are not surprised by the decision as dos Santos played brilliantly in El Tri’s opener against Cameroon. In Mexico’s 1-0 victory, dos Santos had two goals disallowed and a perfect assist on the teammate’s Oribe Peralta’s loan goal of the match.

“El Chicharito” believes he should be starting and said last week that he is “sick of being a super-sub.” When asked on Monday about his Coach’s decision to leave him out of the lineup again, he was more careful with his words, choosing instead to talk about beating Brazil, “We know we are going game by game, trying to get the three points and no team looks easy for us but no team looks impossible for us to beat.” He said.

Expect the Manchester United striker to enter the game around the 70th minute and immediately provide a spark for El Tri, especially if they are down late in the match on Tuesday.