West Ham United reinforced with Chicharito
The English team, West Ham United, confirmed the signing of Mexican player Javier Hernandez, better known as Chicharito, after reaching an agreement with German Bayer Leverkusen for their transfer for the next three seasons. That’s how the Hammers fans can’t wait to buy tickets online for the next game and watch the top scorer of the Mexico’s national football team in action.
Chicharito back to the Premier League
29-year-old international forward Javier’ Chicharito’ Hernández forms his return to the Premier League, where he played for Manchester United.
The Mexican still had a one-year contract with Bayer Leverkusen, but the German team decided to sell him in order to regain part of the investment made when they acquired him from Manchester United.
This is how the top scorer of the Mexican national team will be placed under the orders of the strategist Slaven Bilic, who asked the management for his arrival, thus returning to the Premier League, where he began his European dream with the Red Devils in 2010.
A hope for West Ham United
During his stay with the Red Devils, Chicharito Hernandez participated in 178 games and won two Premier League titles and three Community Shield titles. He also played in the Champions League final in 2011 when Manchester United were defeated by Barcelona.
West Ham United finished last season in eleventh place in the league and this summer is looking to strengthen its squad, which is why the Hammers would have paid between 17 and 20 million euros to get the services of the Mexican.
His signing joins defender Pablo Zabaleta, goalkeeper Joe Hart and midfielder Marko Arnautovic.
Chicharito premieres with double in West Ham
Despite West Ham’s defeat to Southampton in the second half of the Premier League, the Hammers’ side were eager to score the opening goals for Mexican striker Chicharito Hernandez.
West Ham’s star signing this summer managed to get his team into the game with two goals in the 45th minute and 74th minute, giving the Hammers some hope.
Javier Hernandez’s first goal came before half-time, taking advantage of a rebound from goalkeeper Forster and the Mexican came opportune to push the ball to the bottom while the second goal occurred after a header that Sakho crashed into the crossbar and’ Chicharito’, attentive, seized the ball violently to put the partial tie.
However, a penalty from Pablo Zabaleta gave Southampton an advantage and condemned West Ham to their second defeat in as many Premier League games.
Despite this, West Ham fans are eager to buy tickets online to watch the famous Mexican and other hammers score even more goals.
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