Following his exertions at international level with Mexico over the summer, Chicharito didn’t feature at all for the Reds in the opening month of the season.
By September, Chicha was back and ready to go. The sprightly forward started the first four games of the month on the bench, but on his return to the starting line-up he scored the winning goal against Liverpool in the crunch Capital One Cup encounter at Old Trafford.
Despite adding yet another winner to his ever-expanding portfolio, October proved to be a slow-burner for Hernandez. A long-haul trip on international duty led to the Reds’ no.14 missinh the Southampton game but he finished the month in style. A crucial winning goal against Stoke preceded a man-of-the-match performance against Norwich, when Hernandez added a further two strikes to his United tally.
Chicharito started against Real Sociedad and Cardiff, and also lifted the lid on what makes him such a good goalscorer in an interview with ManUtd.com. "Some skills come more easily to some people," he explained. "But I think you always have to work hard to improve. I have