Javier 'Chicharito' Hernández says he is getting sick and tired of being on the bench for El Tri. It's not an easy situation to be one of the best players on the team yet being constantly on the bench. Javier Hernandez has had a only had a  few minutes of play with Manchester United for some time, and it doesn't seem like things will be much better with the Mexican national team: 'Chicharito' has not been chosen as a starting player for 'El Tri' by Miguel Herrera.

Miguel 'El Piojo' Herrera, the coach for El Tricolor, acknowledged that Chicharito was summoned not just for what he had done before for the Selección Mexicana, but also for his ability as a substitute player.  However, Chicharito is apparently not very happy with the idea and is apparently quite annoyed at the current selection. "No, not really, I've never seen myself as a substitute player nor do I want to be, and believe me I'm tired of so many people seeing me as a super substitute, I'm a player who scores."

Javier Hernández has distinguished himself as a player who prioritizes teamwork, rarely applauding his own personal achievement. This time it's different "I work to be a starter, so when I go do good things, and I do them not to prove I'm a good substitute but to show them what I can do on the court, so if I get 15 or 20 minutes I want to make it clear that my desire is to play. " However, he admitted that "any player in the world would like to be here...there are 23 players and none of us choose the team. I'll talk where I like to most - on the court. "