Browsing Javier Hernandez

Barcelona vs Real Madrid – On Chicharito, Cristiano Ronaldo Assisting and Boring Lionel Messi

Posted on 27 Apr, 2015, by in Soccer

Nothing changes in the Spanish La Liga. Barcelona win 2-0 against Espanyol in the derby without really exciting anyone, while Real Madrid somehow make it through a thrilling match against Celta Vigo, winning 4-2 as Chicharito establishes himself as the second best striker on the team all of a sudden. More

Real Madrid – Javier Hernandez Can Finally Smile

Posted on 23 Apr, 2015, by in Soccer

One goal this late in a season shouldn’t, but it still might change the perception of what has been overall a horrible experience for Javier Hernandez with Real Madrid, before his loan deal ends and he heads back to Manchester United and an unknown future. More

Transfer Rumors 2015 – Manchester United & Chelsea Interested in Signing Nathaniel Clyne

Posted on 15 Apr, 2015, by in Soccer

One of the more interesting transfer battles this summer will be between Manchester United and Chelsea, fighting for the services of Southampton right back Nathaniel Clyne. More

Aftermath of Stoke vs Manchester United

Posted on 19 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

Manchester United, in a season that hasn’t been going according to plan, need to try and cling on to any possible silver lining they can get, even if it comes in the form of Ashley Young, a player many would like to see the club getting rid of. More

Adnan Januzaj & Chicharito Continue the Manchester United Diving Tradition

Posted on 8 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

Even with Ashley Young out of the lineup, there doesn’t seem to be any cease to the proud diving tradition he established at Manchester United, with Javier Hernandez and Adnan Januzaj trying to emulate the master in the loss to Manchester United, without really succeeding. More

Manchester United – David Moyes is in Crisis Mode

Posted on 8 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

Talking of transition and fan support is great, but there comes a point where you can’t lie and hide behind players anymore. Manchester United knew that the first season with David Moyes wasn’t going to be smooth sailing, but no one expected a catastrophic start to the season such as this, with Adnan Januzaj thrust into a bigger role than he’s actually ready for while Robin van Persie comes back from injury too soon for his own good and plays 90 minutes out of position. More

Ashley Young Dives, Chicharito Misses (Sociedad vs Manchester United)

Posted on 5 Nov, 2013, by in Soccer

Maybe this will be the match that sends Ashley Young into a long suspension or hibernation, as he added yet another embarrassing dive to his notorious collection, winning Manchester United a penalty kick that Robin van Persie missed in an awful 0-0 draw with Real Sociedad. The other meaningful event in the match? Chichartio, aka Javier Hernandez, missing from where it should be impossible to. More

Manchester United – Adnan Januzaj Proves He’s a Real Star

Posted on 30 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

Among the few things that David Moyes has managed to get right early in his tenure as Manchester United manager is the belief in Adnan Januzaj, who doesn’t look like your ordinary wonderkid, full of potential but also of youthful faults. At 18, the Belgian winger seems quite prepared to be a big-time playmaker for the club, playing in a mature and calm way that’s really rare for a teenager taking his first steps on the football pitch. More

Manchester United – Chicharito and Shinji Kagawa Deserve Better

Posted on 27 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

Maybe this is the match that will make David Moyes understand some thing about this Manchester United team it has taken him too long to. Shinji Kagawa isn’t a left winger, no matter how much his manager wants him to be. Javier Hernandez needs to be on the pitch in those final moments and probably more. His kind of scoring ability is something that just can’t be taught. More

Manchester United – Wayne Rooney Tries Too Much

Posted on 24 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

Victories should provide a calming effect on a team that’s going through a rough period, but Manchester United can’t even seem to enjoy their wins, in another tepid display of weak midfield and one Wayne Rooney who did provide the best moments of attacking football for the team, but also tried to do a little bit too much on his own, fading away as the match progressed. More