Javier Hernandez in the last decade has been one of the stellar players that the country of Mexico has produced and we look back at the amazing movement, “Little Pea”, did in 2010. Certainly one of the top movements in the Liga MX history.
Exactly 10 years ago, on this date, April 8, 2010, Jorge Vergara made an official statement at that time that Javier Hernandez of Chivas was declared to be a new player of Manchester United in the English Premier League, that had a lot of fans going into a frenzy since it had been years that a Mexican player joining a top club team in the European continent.
The fee that Manchester United paid during that time in 2010, was just around 6 million euros for a 3-year contract as it was a win for the English team as Hernandez had a stellar time in the EPL and stood out for his abilities. Hernandez quickly made his mark as he debuted with
United in the summer of 2010 on the 28 of July as the English team was facing the MLS All-Stars team as, “Chicharito,” came in as a sub on the 63rd minute for the Portuguese playmaker, Nani, and scored his first goal at the 83rd minute with a splendid volley.
Throughout Hernandez’s time with Manchester United the international Mexican player had a total of 59 goals with 20 assist in 157 games played, earning back to back championship titles in the EPL, 2010-2011 and 2012-2013. Also adding a FA Community Shield in 2010. After his time with United, Hernandez had a crusade being part of many top European club teams as he moved to Real Madrid, Bayer Leverkusen, West Ham United and Sevllia. Where now Hernandez is part of one of the top club teams in the MLS, LA Galaxy, as the season is in a brief pause due to the pandemic of the COVID-19, we have yet seen the best of Hernandez that is if he could standout.
Overall, Hernandez hate It or love It has been one of the most talented player that has came out of Mexico in the history of the Liga MX adding him to the list of most successful players in the European continent, with Rafael Marquez and Hugo Sanchez.