The beginning of the season has never been the best letter of introduction for Javier Hernández, who in 2021 is excited with the five goals he has scored in the first two games with LA Galaxy in the MLS.
‘Chicharito’ He is on an unusual terrain for his career, stoned, wanting revenge, recovering the emotion of playing and hitting the position, one of his great virtues, to finish off towards the net.
Hernández scored two goals in week 1 visiting Inter Miami and this Sunday he scored three in the first home game against New York Red Bull.
His annotations mean six points for the Galaxy, which is the leader of the West and is excited to see reflected on the court the value of having led the man who has the most goals with the Mexico national team jersey.
Speaking of Mexicans, Javier’s start, according to ESPN Data, only finds closeness when Erick Torres, in the 2017 season playing for the Houston Dynamo, scored a goal in each of the first two games of that season. ‘Cubo’ Torres ended up scoring four combined goals in the next two games.
Hernández began his career with Chivas de Guadalajara in the 2006-07 season, but ignited his early season until the 2009-10 Apertura when he began scoring in the first two games. First he scored a goal against Toluca and then another against Tigres, although both ended in defeat for the rojiblancos. In that season he finished with 11 goals.
Mexico’s next short tournament, the Clausura 2009-10, just before going to the Premier League With Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United, Javier started by scoring two goals for Toluca, both with assistance from Omar Esparza, and then two more for the Tigres. Both games were won by Chivas 3-1 and Javier finished with 10 touchdowns in that tournament.
He then went through the ‘giants’ Manchester United and Real Madrid, and could never start with that level of effectiveness. In Europe, his best record was in the 2017-18 campaign, according to data from the Transfermark portal, when he achieved a double with West Ham United on matchday 2 of the Premier League in the fall of his team 2-3 against Southampton .
Of all his tournaments in Europe and Mexico, his best letter of introduction was that January 2010 considering the league tournaments for Hernández as a professional footballer, until the exciting spring of 2021 arrived.
In his career, Javier has 39 games with two or more goals, including club and national team games, according to ESPN Data.
A few weeks after accepting that he was in debt to his club, Javier began to reap the trust placed in him and, in the Mexican duel, he was beating Carlos Vela at the start of the tournament.