Goal-poacher Hernandez wants more action - for United or elsewhere Image: John Peters Get Manchester United FC updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Javier Hernandez has admitted he may have to leave Manchester United to start playing as regularly as he would like. Hernandez has started just two of new United boss David Moyes' 11 games in charge, having fulfilled the role of impact player from the bench in three years under the now-retired Sir Alex Ferguson.
Guadalajara and signed his first professional contract when he was It was his only goal in seven appearances in — He made a further six appearances in —08 without scoring.
He switched sides at half-time, but he was unable to prevent a 3—2 defeat for Manchester United. He came on at the start of the second half and got on the end of a pass from Antonio Valencia before the Mexican's shot deflected off his own face and into the net. On 26 Julyhe was taken to the hospital after suffering a minor concussion after he was hit on the head with a ball during a training session; he was cleared the next day, but did not take part in the game.
He also missed United's opening game of the season against West Bromwich Albion. However, United still won the tie 3—2 on aggregate. His goal would end up being a deciding factor as United went on to win the game 2—1.
After a free kick was not cleared, he slotted in from six yards in the first half to put United 1—0 up, in a game they went on to win 2—1. Although with one year of his contract still remaining, it was unclear with scale of transfer fee United would demand for him.
He came on as a substitute in the 67th minute, replacing Adnan Januzaj. He scored after just 12 minutes of the match, but David Silva equalised for Spain in the last minute of play to claim a 1—1 draw.
He exited to a standing ovation in the 65th minute.
On 5 Junehe played 83 minutes in the 3—1 victory over Uruguay and scored the first goal in Mexico's 2—0 win over Jamaica. He scored Mexico's first goal in an eventual 2—2 draw against Portugal on 18 June, scoring a low header from a Carlos Vela cross.
He was in the starting lineup in Mexico's first World Cup game against Germany at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow and made an assist to Hirving Lozano to go on to win the match 1—0.
Sometimes it seems like every rebound or every deflection goes into his path.
Another thing is he doesn't dwell on a missed opportunity. He always looks forward to the next one.
He has good ability in the air. He has good pace, and he makes those diagonal runs starting from the first defender in behind the second one.
He also has the willingness to work defensively.Jun 15, · Watch video · WORLD CUP: The Mexican phenomenon Javier “El Chicharito” Hernandez portrayed ahead of football game 2 against France.
Feb 17, · Javier "El Chicharito" Hernandez fue muy promocionado en la gira del Club por Estados Unidos, debutando ya con la playera en un partido de la MLS All Stars vs un combinado de la Liga, Javier debutó con un gol en el minuto 61, ya en la Liga Premier el 16 de Agosto debuto en la Victoria de su Club vs el Newcastle.
Watch video · Los logros de Javier "El Chicharito" Hernández y su historia, un mexicano que ha triunfado, ahora como padrino de la Graduación de Bécalos.
mis respetos para él, que siga haciendo las cosas bien y le vaya muy bien, PERO YA DEJEN DE ESTAR DÁNDOSELAS, QUÉ GANAN CON PONER EN TODOS LOS VIDEOS 'LITTLE PEA' EL ES CHICHARITO Y SIEMPRE SERÁ CHICHARITO, COMO SI A LOS INGLESES LES IMPORTARA JA, ESOS NADAMÁS LES DAN LAS NALGAS A ROONEY.
Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez, 26, time in Real Madrid is up after just one year on loan from Manchester United. The Mexican striker was the answer of Madrid to Ancelotti's will of hiring another striker to replace Alvaro Morata. Apr 09, · On May , Hernandez appeared in the UEFA Champions League final after scoring four goals for his team during the tournament.
Chicharito became the .