Bayer Leverkusen striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez said there are no hard feelings between him and teammate Charles Aranguiz despite the fact that Aranguiz and Chile handed Hernandez's Mexico squad a 7-0 defeat in Copa America Centenario quarterfinals earlier this summer.
The thrashing for El Tri also put Hernandez's dream of become his country's all-time leading goal scorer on hold for now. The Guadalajara native is one goal shy of tying Jared Borgetti's all-time record of 46 goals for Mexico.
La Roja, meanwhile, continued their winning ways in the tournament, eventually defeating Argentina, 4-2 on penalty kicks in the final to earn the trophy for the second straight year.
"It was just one game," Hernandez told bundesliga.com. "[Charles and I] are now in Leverkusen [...] We're very good friends, we're professionals. No result needs to change that [relationship] you have outside those games."
The two put aside the rivalry between their home countries last season as they helped Leverkusen qualify for Champions League for a fourth consecutive campaign.
Hernandez, 28, impressed following his move from Manchester United last summer, scoring 26 goals in 38 games in all competitions for the Bundesliga side.
"The goals I score are the team's effort"
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Aranguiz spent most of the season sidelined with an Achilles tendon injury, but contributed with two goals and two assists.
Hernandez told Leverkusen fans that the club have set a goal on winning silverware.
"If I score 100 goals it'll be fine, if I score 10 goals it'll be fine -- if the team achieve what we want," Hernandez said. "The most important thing here is each Bundesliga game, each Champions League game and each Pokal game to try and win it."