Javier Hernández is one of the most significant soccer players in North America’s history. His career has taken him to many of the greatest clubs in the world, like Real Madrid and Manchester United. After almost 15 years of professional career in Mexico, Spain and England, he can count lots of titles.
His first professional title was the league won with Chivas de Guadalajara back in 2006, when he was barely turning 18 years old. Later, in Europe, he lifted English Community Shield in 2011, just at the end of his first season in Manchester United. With the Red Devils he also won two Premier League titles.
Among the international club titles, Chicharito celebrated twice: he won the 2019-20 Europa League with Sevilla after appearing in the first half of the season, since he joined Los Angeles Galaxy on January 2020. Before that, he won in 2014 the FIFA Club World Cup with Real Madrid, when the Spanish giants beat Argentina’s San Lorenzo 2-0 in Morocco.
As for the national team, he won the CONCACAF Gold Cup in 2011. Apart from that, he appeared in three World Cups with Mexico, 2010, 2014 and 2018. According to Transfermarkt, he’s won seven titles.