Chicharito is really a Targaryen
Little Pea Hernandez has the skill to score with most any part of his body. But as this weekend’s contest proved, his new nickname should be Targaryen Hernandez — Targaryen-andez! What???! Shut up! I just crushed it with that!
In the final game of Confederations group stage, Mexico and Japan played for pride. Both went into the third game with zero points and zero chance of advancing. Thanks to great skills and ball movement from the rest of the team (I’m looking at you, Gio!), Chicharito was able to score twice for Mexico. (We’ll just ignore how he failed to convert a penalty and its rebound.) Both those goals were genius headers.
Chicharito’s head is pure gold. You know who else has a golden head?
Yep, that jackass. But we all know that he doesn’t make it, and Dani tells us why. Chicharito has survived the molten gold and proved himself a true dragon. Make room. There’s a Targaryen-andez lurking on this world.
For those who want to relive a great Game of Thrones scene from Season 1
PHOTOS: Javier/Chicharito/Targaryen-andez Hernandez scores in Saturday’s 2-1 victory over Japan. And Viserys Targaryen gets crowned.
Posted on June 24, 2013, in chicharito, futbol madness, Mexico, soccer and tagged Brazil 2013, chicharito, Confederations, Confederations Brazil, dragon, Game of Thrones, Japan, Javier Hernandez, Mexico, Mexico v Japan, Targaryen. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.