MLS: DUO LEAD GOLDEN BOOT RACE

The attacking duo of Jesus Ferreira and Jeremy Ebobisse are leading the Golden Boot race in the MLS (Major League Soccer) this season. San Jose Earthquakes forward Ebobisse has scored nine goals in 15 games. FC Dallas star Ferreira also has nine goals in one fewer game than Ebobisse.


Austin FC attacker Sebastian Driussiis third on the list with eight goals in 14 matches. Nine players have scored seven goals in the MLS this season. DjordjeMihailovic of Montreal CF has seven goals in 14 games alongside Daniel Gazdag of Philadephia Union, Jesus Jimenez of Toronto FC and Inter Miami attacker Leandro Campana. Brandon Vazquez of FC Cincinnati, Paul Arriola of FC Dallas and Colorado Rapids star Diego Rubio all have seven goals in 13 games. New York City FC striker Valentin Castellanos has seven goals in 11 games, while Polish international Adam Buksa scored seven goals in ten games before leaving New England Revolution for French team Lens. Continue reading MLS: DUO LEAD GOLDEN BOOT RACE

CHICHARITO SUBBED OFF DURING MINNESOTA DRAW

Mexican striker Javier Hernandez ‘Chicharito’ was subbed off with three minutes left of the MLS (Major League Soccer) clash with hosts Minnesota United. Chicharito began the Minnesota game as the lone striker, but he was unable to find the back of the net. The Mexican international didn’t add to his tally of five goals in the MLS this season. Chicharito has five goals in 12 MLS appearances since the start of the 2022 season till date.


Chicharito and LA Galaxy bounced back from the 3-1  home defeat to FC Dallas last weekend with the 1-1 draw at Minnesota United. The two goals from the MLS clash between hosts Minnesota United and LA Galaxy were scored in the last seven minutes. Continue reading CHICHARITO SUBBED OFF DURING MINNESOTA DRAW

RASHFORD FAILS TO EQUAL CHICHARITO RECORD

England international Marcus Rashford was unable to match the Manchester United substitutes’ goal-scoring record held by Los Angeles Galaxy (LA Galaxy) striker Javier Hernandez also known as Chicharito. Rashford came close to equalling the record but the Englishman could not do it when he came off the bench against Brighton and Hove Albion in a rescheduled league match at Old Trafford a few days ago.

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Chicharito holds the record for the most successive matches in which a Manchester United substitute found the back of the net. The Mexican international set the record in 2012 after he scored for Manchester United in three successive Premier League games as a substitute. Chicharito came off the bench to score in the away wins over Aston Villa and Chelsea before he repeated the feat during the home game against London team Queens Park Rangers (QPR).
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ORIGI: FERDINAND DRAWS CHICHARITO COMPARISON

Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has drawn a comparison between Liverpool attacker DivockOrigi and the Ex-Manchester United duo of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Los Angeles (LA) Galaxy star Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandezin the way they impact their teams off the bench. Ex-Leeds United and West Ham United central defender Ferdinand talked about Javier Hernandez, Ole Gunnar Solskjaerand DivockOrigivia quotes revealed by the Liverpool ECHO.

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According to Ferdinand, players like Chicharito, Solskjaer and Origi who come off the bench to have an impact on the game regularly are integral to their teams. He further said that these players are loved by their teammates as they know their importance to the team. Ferdinand pointed out the importance of Solskjaer and Chicharitoas super subs at Manchester United and that Origi is as important to Liverpool. Ferdinand shared the Manchester United dressing room with Javier Hernandez and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at various times.
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CHICHARITO: I’LL BE WATCHING ALL OF UNITED’S GAMES THIS SEASON

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Former Manchester United striker Javier Chicharito Hernandez has revealed that he will try to watch all of the Red Devils matches this season especially because of the return of Cristiano Ronaldo to the club in the summer. The former Mexico international striker shared a dressing room with Ronaldo during his stint at Old Trafford and says that the Portugal international star will always remain a club legend regardless of what happens this season but he insists that knowing who Ronaldo ready is, he is destined to make a huge I pact for the Old Trafford club this season in any competition that he plays for them whether domestically or in Europe.

 

Chicharito recently held an interview where he revealed a lot of things about his career at Old Trafford and gave an insight into how life was under former manager Sir Alex Ferguson, insisting that the former Scottish manager is the best manager of all-time for a reason as he knew how to incorporate man-management and tactical brilliance. Chicharito’s claims have already been talked about in the past by former United stars, with David Beckham, Wayne Rooney, Louis Saha, Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic, and a lot of other past stars all confirming that Sir Alex was indeed a genius when it came to handling players as humans and as footballers. Continue reading CHICHARITO: I’LL BE WATCHING ALL OF UNITED’S GAMES THIS SEASON

CHICHARITO LEADS MLS GOLDEN BOOT RACE

Los Angeles Galaxy (LA Galaxy) striker Javier Hernandez is the man to beat in the race to win the Golden Boot in the MLS (Major League Soccer) this season as he leads the race. Chicharito as he’s fondly called has scored ten goals in the MLS this season to lead the Golden Boot race despite playing lesser games than his top two challengers. Mexican international Javier Hernandez has scored ten goals in ten MLS games this season thus making it an average of a goal per game.

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LA Galaxy striker Chicharito has played a total of 921 minutes in the MLS this season and he has one more goal than nearest challenger Raul Ruidiaz who plays for last season’s MLS Cup playoff finalists Seattle Sounders. Peruvian striker Ruidiaz has scored those nine goals in 12 games in the colours of Sounders.
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