Chicharito’s grandfather also played, so the youngest of the three has grown tired of the constant familial comparisons.
That's been the story of Javier "Chicharito" Hernández's season since completing a reported €12 million transfer to Bayer Leverkusen from Manchester United in August.The Mexico striker became the first ever from his country in Europe to score in seven consecutive games, and has lifted his season tally to 12 goals in only 15 appearances for Leverkusen. fickdate schweiz München He now has six Bundesliga goals, surpassing the previous best by a Mexican player in the German top flight.However, even after Robin van Persie’s departure, rumors of his departure swirled, including a possible move to Orlando City SC in MLS.“There were talks and meetings and everything,” Hernández said.
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Or at least it was until Saturday, when he scored a hat trick, the first of his club career, in a 13-minute span in Leverkusen’s 5-0 demolition of Borussia Mönchengladbach.The day before one of the best games of his career, Hernández spoke to about his move to the Bundesliga."He's also very ambitious and very professional," he added. Speaking to Bild, 2014 World Cup winner Christoph Kramer said that he was not surprised to see Hernandez play like that less than 48 hours after returning from Honduras, where Mexico had played a World Cup qualifier."Given the fact that he only slept two hours, he was pretty good," the Germany midfielder said.
Hernandez was equally delighted with his run, but added that he's not 100 percent satisfied with what he has achieved at Leverkusen so far.
Instead, Bayer will take on Sporting Clube de Portugal in the Europa League.
“It’s been very good,” he said, “[but] I would definitely change my personal goals to take very good results for the team.” Manchester United also crashed out of the Champions League after the group stage, and Hernández’s form and his first hat trick since the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup only draw further attention to United’s current misfortune.
Ninety percent of the people who work in the stadium and in Cologne, where I live, they speak English.” That he’s settled in quickly on the field would be a gross understatement for a player who is likely the steal of the summer transfer window. 10 kick-started a supreme run of form that saw him put away nine chances in seven games, including doubles against Viktoria Köln and Roma in the DFB-Pokal and Champions League, respectively.
The Mexican international scored in his first start for Leverkusen, in the Champions League against BATE Borisov on Sept. He’s scored seven of Bayer Leverkusen’s last 10 league goals and has an overall strike rate of 17 in 20 matches.