Of the various theories about Chicharito's absence, the indiscipline issue is the most heard, after the now LA Galaxy player participated in the organization of a party prior to the match against Argentina that was played on September 10, 2019, reports Marca.
Chicharito allegedly asked Andrés Mateos, in charge of logistics for the national team, for help in hosting some models in the same hotel where the selected players were, which turned into a scandal with the photographs and videos that came to light and where Guillermo Ochoa and Miguel Layún were seen.
That situation cost the employee of the Mexican Soccer Federation his job and many criticized the silence of the top scorer in the history of the national team, as he did not stand up for Andres Mateos when Javier Hernandez himself asked him for the favor.
"I have not received or been told anything, I have not been summoned and it is very clear, I think Tata has been very clear and all the technical management there from the directors that if there was something like that they would have let me know," said Chicharito more than a month after that party when it was said that they were suspended from El Tri.
More than a year and a half had passed since his last match and the doubts about Chicharito's absence continued, and he was not called up because he did not offer an apology to coach Gerardo Martino, something that Miguel Layún did and was later called up to the team.