Ex-Man Utd star Javier Hernandez wears wacky half-and-half shirt as he and stunning Wag Sarah Kohan watch NBA match



Posted Wednesday, February 26, 2020 by Thesun.co.uk

JAVIER HERNANDEZ threw on a wacky half-and-half SHIRT as he and stunning Wag Sarah Kohan settled into life in the US by watching an NBA game.

The former Manchester United star, 31, signed for MLS side LA Galaxy last month as he replaced Zlatan Ibrahimovic - who joined AC Milan this winter.

Ex-Man Utd star Javier Hernandez wears wacky half-and-half shirt as he and stunning Wag Sarah Kohan watch NBA match
Hernandez and wife Sarah watched the Lakers in LA on TuesdayCredit: Getty

And Hernandez wasted no time in getting into the swing of life across the pond as he Sarah took in the Los Angeles Lakers' win over the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday night.

Hernandez and his gorgeous law graduate, model and travel blogging wife Sarah seemed to enjoy the thrilling match too, as they beamed ear-to-ear throughout the evening.

LeBron James was the star of the show, as he dropped 40 points to overcome a Pelicans side stuffed with former Lakers, including Brandon Ingram.

Rookie sensation Zion Williamson - playing only his 13th game after injury - played his part in the scintillating evening at the Staples Center, too.

But it really was all eyes on Hernandez - as he showed off his loud shirt as he sat court-side in the famous LA arena.

The Mexican striker's top was half leopard print and half electric blue and hot pink flowers.

However, it might take more than a colourful shirt to win over Galaxy fans - as he accidentally insulted them before even kicking a ball for them.

The ex-West Ham ace broke down when speaking to his dad about moving to North America, following ten years in Europe,.

Hernandez said: "Everything is perfect dad, it's only that... well it's like the beginning of my retirement you?

"We are retiring from the European Dream".

Hernandez though, says his words were taken out of context and he meant to express that it is the beginning of his retirement and that he plans to play for LA Galaxy for many years to come.

He clarified the comments on his YouTube channel, saying: "It's so simple. I think all over the world, but [especially] in my country we love and we are like obsessed with drama and excess.

"And so when you say 'retirement' it's like 'oh, tomorrow he's going to announce retirement'.

"They didn't really listen to what I said, 'the beginning of the retirement. The retirement could last ten years, you never know'."



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