Noah and now Nala are the couple's two children. The girl was born two days ago, said the Mexican soccer player
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Javier Hernández and Sarah Kohan Mexico will be parents again (Photo: Instagram / @sarahkohan)
Soccer player Javier Hernández and Australian model Sarah Kohan shared the first photograph of their daughter Nala .
According to his publication on the player's Instagram, the girl was born on October 5 and is the fourth member of the family. Her first child is Noah , 1 year and three months old.
It was in April that the couple announced that they were expecting their second child. At that time, Sarah shared in a video on the YouTube channel Naked Humans that “ the baby may come in the first days of October or the last of September because when I had Noah, he was born when he was 38 weeks old, so for that can be before ”.
Nala arrived in week 40, four days ago Sarah shared a photo, with the following message: “I didn't expect to get that far considering I had Noah at 38 weeks. I'm definitely ready. “
Javier Hernández shared the first photo of his daughter Nala (Photo: Instagram @ ch14_)
The Los Angeles Galaxy footballer knew the sex of the baby, but Sarah had decided to find out until the birth of the baby.
After what was shared on social networks, fellow footballer Jonathan Dos Santos congratulated his teammate, as did baseball player Adrián González , among other personalities who shared the happiness of said news.
The disciplinary committee of Major League Soccer (MLS) reported that on Tuesday it sanctioned Javier Hernández, after getting involved in a fight last Saturday in the LA Galaxy game against San José Earthquakes, a situation for which he violated the rules that prohibit the attempts to fight.
The league reported in a statement: “Due to their roles in the massive confrontation, Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski, as well as LA Galaxy forwards Cristian Pavón and Javier“ Chicharito ”Hernández, have been fined in the amount of undisclosed for instigating and escalating the massive confrontation in the October 3 party. “
Sep 27, 2020; Carson, California, USA; Seattle Sounders midfielder Gustav Svensson (4) and LA Galaxy forward Javier Hernández (14) battle for the ball during the first half at Dignity Health Sports Park. Mandatory Credit: Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports
After Tuesday's training session, Guillermo Barros, a Galaxy strategist, indicated in a videoconference that “it was a game situation between (Joe) Corona and (Nick) Lima arguing over a ball , the referee charged a foul and both got up a bit violent and nothing happened. The truth is, the fine, I understand the situation and the rule, but it doesn't mean anything, just that, a fine for riot “.
Hernández looks on the bright side
The Galaxy are currently in last place in the Western Conference, with four wins, three draws and seven losses. So far, accumulate 15 points.
Faced with the team's misstep, Chicharito indicated in a press conference on October 1 that sooner or later things for the organization and the people will change.
“I will leave everything as I am trying to do and sooner or later the positive things will come if you keep giving everything on the field. We know that this is entirely for the group, we have to find that chemistry, we need to run better and have a lot of personality to do what we like the most ”, he assured.