Spanish forward Jennifer Hermoso this Sunday joined hands with Pachuca to become champions of Mexican football and will play next year’s World Cup with Spain in Australia and New Zealand.
“The objective is very clear; that Pachuca become champion this year. Many people in Spain asked me how I got here, after playing in the strongest team Barcelona, but people don’t know what Pachuca has, he What surrounds him”, said the winner of five Pichichi trophies in the Spanish league.
Considered one of the best players in the world, Hermoso did not play Euros for Spain due to a knee injury, but in an interview with Mexican television he confessed to being very fine, believing he would return to Mexico for Tuza’s side. Will play well together and return to the national team next year.
Jenny Hermoso aims to be champion with Pachuca – Photo: David Martinez Pelkastre“Even if I come to Mexico, the goals remain. My priority is to play the World Cup with Spain. I have come to give my best. I hope I will be in the best conditions in the World Cup,” he said. ,
Hermoso, 32-year-old, was presented with Pachuca in a grand act, with fans cheering on the team and members of the men’s team paying tribute to her with masks reading “Welcome Jenny Hermoso”.
In Pachuca, the Madrid player will match with Mexican Charlene Corral, who won a Pichichi in Spain and is one of the best players in Mexico, although she was dropped from the national team by coach Monica Vergara, who eliminated the team this month. Had given. From the World Cup and the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Referring to the coral, the Spaniard did not shy away from praising and hoping to make a good pairing with the player.
“The day I left Spain, I was very happy that she was the one who won Pichichi; she deserved it. We are lucky to play together and I hope we score many goals and give Pachuca the title.”
Hermoso made fun of a remark in Spain that he was coming to an Asian league, and called to meet before speaking.
“Those who don’t know, they won’t speak well. I’ve seen some features I’ve rarely seen; I was astonished by one of his comments, that I was coming to an Asian league; I invite you to start getting to know I do.” Told.
Coach Juan Carlos Cacho’s Pachuca Gophers added a win, a draw and three points in the Apertura tournament, in which they appeared in eighth place. This Monday the team will tour Santos Laguna, thirteenth in the standings.