During the era of former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, Javier Hernandez, who played under the Great Scott was well-known as a deadly striker and a dangerous goal-poacher, especially within and around the 18-yard box.

Although he wasn't always a starter under Sir Alex, he was a go-to player when wither time is running out and there has to be a change made that would yield to a goal or there is the need to score more goals in the match.
However, since the retirement of Sir Alex in 2013, Hernandez, also known as Chicharito, has not been the player he was then. Having had stints away from United at clubs like Real Madrid and West Ham United, the player is still in search of his deadly prolificacy in front of goal.
He joined Spanish La Liga club Sevilla after leaving Premier League side West Ham, then quit the Spanish club and headed for the United States where he signed for Major League Soccer outfit Los Angeles Galaxy.
But he is yet to find that fork that announced him to the Premier League as the goal poacher. Neither Chicharito nor LA Galaxy will be pleased with the striker's current form, but he has openly declared that he is doing everything in his power to get back to his goalscoring best and help the team in any way that he can - to repay the faith they paid in him.
He has played 10 games in the MLS and scored just one goal.
When West Ham United made the decision to sell Hernandez to Sevilla for £7 million, the club's fans were raging and frustrated at how the club could sell an attacker of his quality when the club were lacking potent attackers at the time.
However, with how the situation is currently, it seems to have been a good decision for the club after all.