MEXICO CITY - Manchester United striker
Javier Hernandez was called up by Mexico on Thursday to a 22-man
squad for next week's friendly against Bosnia in coach Jose
Manuel de la Torre's first game in charge.
De la Torre, appointed in October to succeed World Cup coach
Javier Aguirre, also picked English-based forwards Giovanni dos
Santos and Pablo Barrera plus defender Carlos Salcido and
Dutch-based defenders Francisco Rodriguez and Hector Moreno.
Mexico, preparing for the CONCACAF Gold Cup in the U.S. in
June and the Copa America in Argentina in July, face Bosnia in
Atlanta, Georgia on Wednesday. They will also meet Paraguay and
Venezuela in friendlies in March.
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