Mexico international Javier Hernandez has refused to get carried away after El Tri picked up wins in the first two friendly games under Gerardo Martino. The North America nation endured another difficult World Cup campaign where they were eliminate at the round of 16 stage, and they have since recruited Martino at the helm with Juan Carlos Osorio stepping down from the role.
Speaking to Univision Deportes, Hernandez said that the fans should not make any conclusions from the recent friendly triumphs over Chile and Paraguay. He added that the important task remains to qualify for the 2022 World Cup with the objective of putting in a strong performance, he said: "There's still much to do to make conclusions, they should be [made] when we have the ticket [for the World Cup. If we qualify, we'll be judged on the [whole] cycle. It's not how it begins, but how it ends."