Mexico coach Miguel Herrera makes Tom Brady's day with hilarious photo

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The internet was won on Thursday by an unlikely source, Mexico national team manager Miguel Herrera who's picture (above) with Tom Brady is possibly the greatest of all time.

'El Tri' face Portugal today in a friendly at Gillette Stadium - home of the New England Patriots - and the Patriots SuperBowl winning quarterback Tom Brady was there and apparently he begged the coach for a photo, well according to Herrera.

Herrera claimed not to have no idea who Brady was, tweeting in Spanish “He asked for a photo. I don’t know who he is or if he’s won something, but I made the kid’s day" along with a ton of emoticons that make it all the more brilliant from the tiny 46-year old.

There's just a small height difference between the two and upon further studying of the photo there appears to be a copious amount of liquid on the coach's shorts. Now, i'm not suggesting that Herrera wet himself in excitement but he probably wouldn't be the first to do so.

If Miguel really doesn't know who Brady is then here's a breakdown:

Three-time SuperBowl Champion, two-time SuperBowl MVP, nine-time Pro-Bowler, one of the greatest quarterback's of all time, and he's married to supermodel Gisele Bundchen. Not a bad resume. 

This might be my favourite picture of all time. Herrera is definitely one to watch during the World Cup, who knows what "Piojo" (The Louse) will get up to in Brazil.

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