Alaves vs. Sevilla FC – Match Report – September 15, 2019


SPAIN – Javier Hernández debuted with Sevilla in what marked his return to the League of Spain. The Mexican had 21 minutes of action with the nervous team, although little could be done on the offensive, despite the movements he made to uncheck and the insistence of playing as a pole to find the ball to reach his feet.

In the end, with 'Chicharito' on the court, the team commanded by Julen Lopetegui won 0-1 to Alavés in a duel that became very fast since, towards the end of the game, a condemnation of anger was given in which Hernandez barely approached to calm his teammates.

With the final whistle, the top scorer of the National Team returned to the activity of clubs and thus his return to Iberian territory, which he left after the 2014-2015 season when he was with Real Madrid.

On that occasion, 'Chicharito' scored 7 goals in 23 league games (122.7 minutes per goal) and became the second player with the best average of the merengue set, only behind Cristiano Ronaldo.

However, the lack of goal in the league debut was present as in the rest of his European career, and that is that Hernández Balcázar has never debuted with a goal in a league game. Since his arrival in the Old Continent with Manchester United in the 2010-2011 season, the Mexican has not been able to score in his first game.

With the Red Devils he could not and had to wait two months to score in the Premier League, with Madrid he had to wait a week after his debut. With Bayer Leverkusen, 11 days have passed since his debut to score in the Bundesliga, while back to the Premier with West Ham, Hernandez endured just over a month to break the networks.

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