HERNANDEZ EMOTIONAL AFTER ‘BAD FATHER’ CLAIM

LA Galaxy striker Javier Hernandez ‘Chicharito’ was emotional after the Mexican international was told to address the claim that he's a bad father during an interview. Javier Hernandez burst into tears when he was asked to address the ‘bad father’ claim during an interview with Mexican network ViX last month.

CHICHARITO LEFT OUT OF MEXICO SQUAD

LA Galaxy striker Javier Hernandez also known as Chicharito has been dropped again from the Mexico squad following the announcement made by manager Gerardo Martino earlier this month ahead of the World Cup 2022 qualifiers against the United States of America, Honduras and El-Salvador during the current international break.

HERNANDEZ SUGGESTS RONALDO IS BRING ISOLATED AT UNITED

Manchester United attacker Cristiano Ronaldo is currently not in form and even he is not happy about it. The Portugal international superstar forward has not been able to come up clutch for his club in tuer last couple of games and they have continued to falter as a result. Ronaldo is one of the big-name attackers at Old Trafford alongside Edinson Cavani but none of the two stars has been able to play according to their potential in recent times.

CHICHARITO: WEST HAM CAREER EXPOSED

Javier Hernandez, also known as Chicharito, became a West Ham United player when the East London outfit paid an undisclosed fee said to be around £16m to secure his transfer from Bayer Leverkusen. Javier Hernandez penned a three-year deal as a new West Ham United player and the Mexican international was handed the number 17 jersey at the club.

CHICHARITO WILL DO ANYTHING FOR FERGUSON

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Mexican international Javier Hernandez, also known as Chicharito, has revealed that he would do anything for Sir Alex Ferguson after the legendary Manchester United manager played a big role in his move to the Premier League in 2010. Sir Alex was also his manager at Manchester United for the majority of his time at the club.

HERNANDEZ BREAKS DOWN OVER INJURY

It has been a bittersweet season for Mexican international star Javier Hernandez, also known as Chicharito, in the 2021 MLS season. After a wild start for Javier Hernandez in front of goal, injuries have stopped his progress in recent weeks.

HERNANDEZ: SIR ALEX MADE ME A BETTER PLAYER

It is one thing for a manager to make a team better, and it is another thing for him to inject some sort of improvement into every one of his players. Luckily, some managers do both jobs and one of those managers who was widely known for handling the two tasks simultaneously was is former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson. The former United boss may no longer be in the game but he has continued to be talked about for the remarkable career decisions and successes he enjoyed during his days.

HERNANDEZ: SIR ALEX THE BEST MANAGER I WORKED WITH

Former Manchester United striker Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez has given a recent interview that has an insight into his time at Old Trafford and how his spell with the Red Devils transformed him into a better player and a more complete striker. The Mexico international striker was a goal poacher and a proven goalscorer who had the instincts of a proper number nine at Old Trafford and he would go on to enjoy a very decent career at the club before eventually leaving in 2014.

MLS: HERNANDEZ HITS SUPERB TREBLE

LA Galaxy striker Javier Hernandez is in the form of his life after a sensational start to the new Major League Soccer (MLS) season. The Mexican international player has scored five goals in his first two games in the league this season including three goals in the home game against New York Red Bulls at the weekend.

CHICHARITO REVEALS BIGGEST UNITED REGRET

Ex-Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has disclosed his biggest regret at the club according to the publication from the stables of the Daily Mirror. Chicharito as he's fondly called told popular media platform FourFourTwo that his biggest regret at Old Trafford is that he didn't get a consistent run of games in the team as he pointed out his good record in front of goal in his little time on the pitch. Javier Hernandez talked about his biggest Manchester United regret while he was still at Bayer Leverkusen.