Why Manchester United released Chichalito?
He is 10 times better player than United players.
>He's purely reliant on his team being good to score goals
>has never seen him play for Mexico or Shitvas
Its funny because before Real Madrid beat Atletico to head to the semifinals in the CL, they lost 3 times to them earlier in the season. They were also missing key players that game as well, but Hernandez made the difference in that game.
And like I said, he is a better winger or striker than martial, meaning his football ability is more well-rounded. He did excellent as a winger under Real Madrid. and this isn't 2012 anymore, hernandez has improved in all aspects in his game.
Looks like you know little nothing about hernandez by saying he is as good as the team plays or no passing ability
He is basically a better version of Griezmann minus a worse touch. He has improved heaps since joining Real Madrid, especially his link up play and long range shots. He scored 5 goals outside the box last season and 2 so far. The only reason why he scores so many inside the box because he has one of the best movement in the world, if not the best without the ball. Its hard for any defender to mark him with his movement.
I love the mexicans threads about him, he was a rotation option for a poor manure team and was taken by madrid to sell shirts to paco and did nothing, and hits a purple patch and suddenly the only semi relevant athlete a huge nation has produced in any sport other than boxing is the best player in the world
Sure. But I doubt he would pull in the same numbers as he is doing now in Germany. In all his years with United, he isn't doing what he is doing now despite having a good goal per minute ratio. At most he could score 25-27 goals in a mid table team in the EPL, while he's about to score 38 with bayer