Mexican ace, Javier Chicharito Hernandez, is on a non-stop scoring spree. The 27-year-old striker is adding goals to his name, game after game. Moving to German club Bayer Leverkusen have turned things around for the former United player as he is now scoring goals for fun.
Being termed as ‘super sub’ during his United days, doesn’t stand true anymore for the only reason that he now no longer just makes appearances as sub, and is starting games for Bayer. Not just starting, the little pea is continuing his phenomenal form as he just cannot stop framing his name on the score board.
Scoring in his sixth straight game, Chicharito is loving his time at Germany. With 8 goals in 6 games for the club, Hernandez seems to be questioning United for letting him go. Ever since being sold from United, things have changed for better for Hernandez. Even in Bayer’s 2-1 loss to Koln on Saturday, Chicharito continued to maintain his top form and managed to find the net again.
With a good game record in Germany till now, Javier will travel away from the country for the International break and aim at performing the same way for his nation, Mexico.