Zach Herivaux called into Haiti National Team for Argentina friendly

Revolution midfielder Zach Herivaux has found himself called into Haiti’s national team for a pre-World Cup friendly match against 2014 world runners-up Argentina.

Herivaux and Les Grenadiers will travel to Buenos Aires for the tune-up on May 29. It is one of two friendlies for the Argentines prior to their trip to Russia, as the Albicelestes will take on Israel on June 9, a week before Argentina opens Group D against Iceland.

“Always an honor,” Herivaux tweeted Thursday morning, “to be able to represent the country.”

Herivaux’s father is Haitian.

Herivaux, who played his first extended minutes in a Major League Soccer match in nearly two years this past Saturday, has registered one cap — appearance — for Haiti, and was recently called into the squad for a friendly against the United Arab Emirates in November ’17.

The Brookline native had made his national team debut the previous month as part of a 3-3 draw with Japan.

Hungary, which has a friendly against Belarus on June 6 and will host World Cup-bound Australia on June 9, have not yet named its call-ups. Revs striker Krisztian Nemeth was among Hungary’s call-ups for March friendlies against Kazakhstan and Scotland; he has won 34 caps for his country, and has scored four goals.

Antonio Delamea, who started for the Revolution against Toronto FC last Saturday, was last called into the Slovenian national team for a match against Scotland on Oct. 8, 2017.

The United States, which failed to make the World Cup for the first time since 1986, is slated to play friendlies against Ireland in Dublin on June 2, and as a Group C tune-up for France’s national team in Lyon on June 9.

Interim head coach Dave Saracham has not yet named his call-ups for the June friendlies.

Revs midfielder Kelyn Rowe, striker Juan Agudelo, and reserve goalkeeper Cody Cropper were all called up for a friendly against Bosnia and Herzegovina in January. No Revolution players were called up to face Paraguay on March 27.

The US is slated to play a friendly against Oman at Gillette Stadium on Sept. 4 before hosting Peru in Orlando five days later. The Yanks will also play England and Italy in November to round out the current fixture slate.