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Chicharito sends message of support to ESPN's Sergio Dipp after MNF debut

Hernandez and Dipp have a long-standing friendship.

West Ham forward and Mexican soccer star Javier Hernandez posted a message of support to ESPN's Sergio Dipp after his Monday Night Football debut as a sideline reporter.

The message posted on his Twitter account, reflects the friendship that the soccer player and the SportsCenter anchor have.

The full translation:

"I love you, respect you, but mainly I really admire you, brother! May no one or nothing measure or label your happiness, your enjoyment or your dreams. Remember, we are better people when we rejoice from everything that happens to us.

"Me, on the pitch, and you in front of the camera with a microphone, making our dreams come true and being happy. That's why we're here in this world. Who would not want to be or live at least one second of what we have already gone through until now? And what's left to come, my brother. What's left for us in this life.

"Thank God we have 29 years old! And thank God to us, our families, friends and those who are always with us, we have been able to go much further than we ever dreamed of. What pride that you let me be your friend. And how much we should learn from you. Your boy."

The Mexican anchor posted a video in which he said that he hopes to have another chance on Monday Night Football. Chicharito, 29, shaved his hair after losing a bet with Dipp about the winner of Super Bowl LI.

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