Will Chicharito Still Be Your Man Crush After You See This?
Mexico’s national soccer team is currently preparing for two 2018 World Cup qualifying matches and as usual, several players who are playing professionally in Europe are using the time to catch up with their teammates and friends. Earlier this week, Miguel Layun, who plays club ball in Portugal, spent some time with good friend Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez, who plays in Germany. He posted a photo of himself with a still-very-bald Chicharito, who still looks a lil weird with no hair, tbh.
That’s why we decided to see what Chicharito would look like with other iconic soccer hairstyles. Maybe it’ll inspire a new ‘do once his hair starts growing back.
He could take a page from fellow Mexico star Guillermo “Memo” Ochoa’s playbook:
Or why not this signature look from former Real Madrid teammate Cristiano Ronaldo?
Wrong Ronaldo? How about this peculiar style worn by El Fenómeno at the 2002 World Cup?
If he’s not feeling either Ronaldo, there’s always Ronaldinho.
Or he could pull a Messi, who changed up his style and went platinum blonde earlier this year.
He could also bring back this retro look, made famous by Colombia’s Carlos “El Pibe” Valderrama.
Or maybe he could steal a little mojo from Chile’s Alexis Vidal, who sports this sharp mohawk.
You know, Chicharito did play for Manchester United, so why not try this classic David Beckham ‘do?
If he wants to emulate a different Manchester United legend, he could go with this epic comb-over that Bobby Charlton tried to pull off.
You know, Italian footballers are pretty well-known for being well coiffed…
But if spikes aren’t Chicharito’s thing, he could get wavy with this Andrea Pirlo-inspired style.
The beard helps put it all together.
He could do something blasphemous: grow a large mane and goatee like U.S.A. legend Alexi Lalas.
Or if he’s just gonna stick with that bald look, he could grow a beard like Mexico rival Tim Howard.
And if none of that seems appealing, he could do a whole “twinsies” thing with Miguel Layun.
No se… piensalo.
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