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Chicharito extended his goal scoring form versus Wigan with a brace of poached goals to more than make up for the injury absence of Wayne Rooney. Manchester United will need his contributions to reclaim their title this year.
Javier scored the vital winning goal on Boxing Day in England and pushed Manchester United 7 points clear of their nearest rivals in the Premier League. With Wayne Rooney injured, Chicharito should get more playing time in the upcoming matches and continue to show his value to the squad and Sir Alex Ferguson, an admirer of his work ethic.
Javier Hernández or Javier Hernandez was born in Guadalajara, Mexico on June 1, 1988. His success in Mexico began with Chivas and he steadily improved his game, which led to a contract signing with Manchester United prior to the FIFA World Cup in South Africa, where he represented his country. Affectionately known as "Little Pea" or Chicarito, Javier has adapted brilliantly to the rigors of first team football in the English premier league. His training and dedication has won the full admiration of Sir Alex Ferguson, while his goals and willingness to work tirelessly for the team, has landed him as one of the stars of the current squad and admiration from the fans.
10/12/2011, the Guardian reports that Manchester United players are keen to stay with the club and report that Manchester United's Javier Hernández signs new five-year contract. Some of the younger players, like Chicharito will likely play for Sir Alex Ferguson and his successor.
I have included a story below where one of Chicarito's goals, a back header, is in contention for Manchester United's Goal of the Season. You can vote there through May 18th! Here is a link to that story since much news is being aggregated here as well. Vote for the current Manchester United Goal of the Season by following the link at this report: Goals Dimitar Berbatov, Nani, Javier Hernandez, Ryan Giggs, Nemanda Vidic and Wayne Rooney have the goals in contention that you can watch there at the Goals link above.
Please read the news story below from ESPN-Staff with "Former Atletico Madrid and Mexico boss Javier Aquirre," with some interesting thoughts about Manchester United, Mexico, Fernando Torres and Sir Alex Ferguson!
Chicharito in tears at the final whistle of United's 2-1 triumph over Chelsea sees the team requiring only one point from the two remaining fixtures to lock up their record breaking number of league titles. His goal, in the first minute, slotted beyond Cech after a deft through-ball met his run, from Park Ji-Sung, set the tone for the whole match. What a great first season!
The great Pele, who I once saw play for the New York Cosmos in New Jersey, has said that "Hernandez can be next Messi." To read the full article by ESPN Soccernet Staff, follow this link: Messi-like.
Javier wins the Fans Player of the Year in his first Season with Manchester!
Mexico won their final tune-up match ahead of the Gold Cup by beating New Zealand 3-0. Javier is reportedly ready to join up with the Mexican squad on Sunday and Mexico's coach, Jose Manuel de la Torre, will certainly integrate him into the team as the tournament progresses, if not in the first match in Group A vs. El Salvador, which is June 6th in Dallas, Texas.
Here is a link to Chicarito speaking to UEFA from May 26, 2011: Hernández feeling 'very lucky' at United
Javier scored a second half hst-trick as Mexico sets out to repeat as Gold Cup Champions in the USA hosted tournament.
Here is a link to the goals on youtube: Goals
Here is a link to the Gold Cup Website to follow along with all the scores, highlights and ticketing information: GC
Javier is leading the tournament with 6 goals heading into the semi-finals. Mexico will face Honduras while the USA battles Panama. Here is the link to the Top-Scorers so far: Javier-on-top
Congratulations to both Mexico and Javier Hernandez for their Gold Cup comeback victory over the USA and their tremendous rise to #9 in the FIFA Men's World Rankings. Chicharito was chosen as the tournament MVP and he also won the Golden Boot with 7 goals. See the full story on the CONCACAF site here: Chicharito
Perhaps Chicharito was rushed back too soon from his prior injury. He went off in the 1-1 draw vs. Stoke City but I don't know the details. Speedy Recovery! Dimitar & Owen, Michael need to step up now or find a new home in January's transfer window!