In recent days, the name of Javier Hernández was once again present on all sports covers because it's being asked for back to the Mexican National Team. Knowing the problem he has with Gerardo Martino, the only option for him to come back is to call the coach, accept his mistake and ask for forgiveness.
And while fans are waiting for that to happen, Chicharito continues to demonstrating why he's one of the most important Mexican forwards in history: in his start to the season in MLS with the Los Angeles Galaxy, he has a better goal average than Alan Pulido, Henry Martin and Rogelio Funes Mori, the three center forwards that Tata has on the national team.
Javier Hernández' numbers at Los Angeles Galaxy
So far this 2021 MLS season, Chicharito has played seven games. He has a total of 614 minutes played and scored seven goals, averaging one goal every 88 minutes played. Also, he gave an assist.
Rogelio Funes Mori's numbers in Monterrey
While waiting to receive the nationalization letter after having complied with all the procedures, Rogelio Funes Mori played 16 games for Rayados in the last Liga MX tournament. With a total of 1,369 minutes played, he scored 16 goals, averaging one touchdown every 152 minutes (almost one goal every two games). In turn, as Chicharito, he gave an assist.
Henry Martin's numbers in America
The America forward was one of the most prominent players for the Eagles throughout the entire Liga MX. With 943 minutes played in 15 games, he scored 7 goals in the tournament. This averages one goal scoring every 134 minutes. Unlike Hernández and Funes Mori, he excelled in assists with 3.
Alan Pulido's numbers at Sporting Kansas City
Pulido played 8 games in the current MLS season for Sporting Kansas City. In 586 minutes played, he scored 5 goals, averaging one goal every 117 minutes played. Also, as Chicharito, he gave an assist.