Javier Hernandez continues to do what he does best: score goals by the bucket load.
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On Tuesday the Mexican national team striker, 28, scored for Bayer Leverkusen at AS Monaco in the UEFA Champions League and that brought up a big milestone for Chicharito.
The goal below was his 100th since moving to Europe in 2010.
What’s even more impressive is that he’s reached that milestone in 237 appearances in all competitions for Manchester United, Real Madrid and Leverkusen over the past six years. Don’t forget, most of his appearances for United and Real were off the bench too.
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The El Tri star has been reborn since moving to the Bundesliga last summer and he now has 32 goals in 47 games for Bayer, including four goals in his past two games for the German club.
Fans of the U.S. national team will be hoping Chicharito uses up all his goals in the next few weeks and his scoring streak ends for the crucial 2018 World Cup qualifier between the USA and Mexico in Columbus, Ohio on Nov. 11.