Do not cry anymore to Javier Hernández, the 9 of Portugal who says yes to the Tri
In Mexico there is an endless number of young talents who, for the most part, have not been given the recognition they deserve. In this case, many cling to the old glories, as they seek the miracle that players who have established themselves reach the 2026 World Cup in the best of ways at 40 years of age.
Such is the case of Javier Hernandez, who would reach an age that makes it practically impossible to be summoned. That is where the jewels of Mexican soccer come in, who must be polished and prepared to be at an optimal level to play a tournament as important as the Soccer World Cup.
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In this case, a Mexican 9 would be on trial at Porto in Portugal and has caused a stir in the Lusitanian country. We are talking about Hugo Weckmann, a Mexican striker who would leave Xolos to be tested in the Portuguese team. The Chihuahuan forward is 18 years old, which outlines him to be one of the players to watch for the upcoming World Cup cycle where Mexico will be one of the hosts along with the United States and Canada.
Hugo Weckham’s profile
Born in Chihuahua, the Mexican striker has established himself as one of the most talented players of his generation. The striker for the Xolos de Tijuana has a powerful shot from mid-distance, as well as a physical wonder that can be useful to any coach who intends to attack with a more direct game.