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Javier Hernandez Balcazar was born on 1 June 1988 Gudalajara, Mexico. He is a Mexican professional footballer, who plays for Spanish football club Real Madrid, on loan from Manchester United, and his country (Mexican) national team. His playing position as a attacking Forward. He plays with his nickname, Chicharito, on his shirt. Before, he becoming the first Mexican player to join Manchester United, a He previously played for the Mexican club G uadalajara. He was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco and first played in a recreation league, when he was seven years old. His father, Javier Hernandez Gutierrez, himself formerly a striker for the Mexico national team. He said his son never thought would actually make, it as a professional. He was set to play in the 2005 FIFA U-17 World Championship, but an injury sidelined him from the team that ultimately won the championship. Their efforts will likely be in vain, however, as Hernandez is a player, who nearly always finds a way to deliver. The FIFA Confederations Cup is a competition that holds great importance in Mexico, and their fans will be pinning their hopes on a strong contribution from their star striker.

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Javier Hernandez was one of the 21 players called up to the Mexican U-20 national team for the 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Canada; he came in as a late substitute in the opening game against Gambia and scored Mexico's 3–0 goal. On 30 Sept 2009 season, He made his debut for Mexico against Colombia, where he made an assist in a 2–1 loss. Hernandez scored two goals against Bolivia and had an assist for Braulio Luna's goal on 24 Feb 2010. On 3 March, Hernandez scored a header against New Zealand, giving Mexico the lead in a 2–0 victory. We first saw him as a 73rd minute substitute in Mexico’s 1-1 draw with host nation South Africa. He came on in the 55th minute in Mexico’s following game, with his country drawing 0-0 with France. Less than ten minutes later Mexico took the lead after Hernandez scored, despite appearing to look 10 yards offside when he received the ball. Replays showed he was onside though, as he raced away from the backline, took the ball around Hugo Lloris and put his country 1-0 up. His grandfather, Tomás Balcázar, scored for Mexico against France in the 1954 World Cup. He then played for the last half an hour in Mexico’s 1-0 defeat against Uruguay but still progressed out of the group. Mexico were outclassed by Argentina in the round of 16 but Hernandez earned his spot in the starting line-up and managed to score again. He scored another goal in his first match for Mexico since the World Cup, in a friendly against world champions Spain on 11 August 2010, Bolivia, Gambia, North Korea and New Zealand. Since the World Cup, you can’t stop him from scoring for Mexico. The following summer he won the CONCACAF Gold Cup with Mexico and was the tournament’s top scorer and best player. They won all three of their group stage games against Costa Rica, El Salvador and and Cuba. They beat Guatemala 2-1 in the quarter-finals, Hernandez scored Honduras 2-0 in the semi-finals, and USA 4-2 in the final in front of a crowd of 93,000 fans. United’s first Mexican player expected to play “a few games”, but he became a regular starter and scorer of crucial goals. When fans look back at the highlights of the 2010/11 title-winning season, they number several Hernandez goals among them. There was his vital winner in Valencia, his two goals at Stoke, Blackpool away, West Brom away, Marseille at home … the list continues, as well it might, since he would score 20 goals. On 5 June 2011, he scored a hat-trick, the first in his career, in a 5–0 win against El Salvador. On 9 June 2011, he scored two goals, in the 36th and 76th minutes against Cuba.
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On 18 June 2011, Hernandez scored the winner in a 2–1 win over Guatemala to send Mexico to the semi-finals. On 22 June 2011, he helped Mexico reach the Gold Cup Final after a 2–0 win over Honduras in extra-time, where he scored Mexico's second goal in the 99th minute. That latest goal takes him to 33 in 51 games, making him the 5th highest scorer for Mexico. If he scores two more goals he will equal the goals tally reached by retired players Luis Hernandez and Carlos Hermosillo, making him the 3rd highest scorer. He's currently six goals away from equalling retired Cuauhtémoc Blanco’s record, which would make him the 2nd highest scorer. To equal the record of Jared Borgetti, who retired in 2008, He has to score a further 13 goals, and then he will be Mexico’s highest scorer. When you compare Hernandez’s record with the best strikers in the world, his goals per game record is considerably better than anyone. Hernandez is currently representing Mexico in the Confederations Cup and last week scored a goal against Italy. To have international goals against Brazil, Spain, Argentina, Holland, France and Italy is pretty good going for a 25-year-old. On 23 June, He scored Mexico's third goal against Croatia in their 3–1 victory at Arena Pernambuco to qualify the team for the round of 16.

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Javier Hernandez joined C.D. Guadalajara at the of nine and signed his first professional contract, when he was 15 year old. Hernández joined United from his hometown side Guadalajara in July 2010 but after a fine debut season, when he scored 20 goals in all competitions, he has played mostly as a substitute.He began playing with Chivas' lower division team, Chivas Coras in Tepic, Nayarit in the 2005–06 season. He made his debut for Chivas in the 2006 Apertura in a win over Necaxa at Estadio Jalisco. With the score at 3–0, he came on as a substitute for Omar Bravo in the 82nd minute, before scoring the fourth goal of the game five minutes later. It was his only goal in seven appearances in 2006–07. He made a further six appearances in 2007–08 without scoring. He made ten appearances in the 2008 Aperture without scoring, but he scored four goals in fifteen appearances in the 2009 Clausura. In the 2009 Aperture, Hernandez finished as the joint-third top scorer, with eleven goals in seventeen appearances. He started the 2010 Torneo Bicentenario with eight goals in five games. Javier Hernandez was unknown in Europe, when Manchester United signed him for £6m from Mexican side Guadalajara. On 8 April 2010 season, He had been present at Manchester United's Champions League quarter-final win over Bayern Munich at Old Trafford. The deal was conducted in complete secrecy,Hernández's agent was kept in the dark, as was his grandfather Tomas Balcazar, who thought Hernandez was going on a trip to Atlanta in the United States. The goal against Chelsea made him the first player since Ruud van Nistelrooy in the 2001–02 season to score 20 goals for the club in his debut season. He capped his debut season with Manchester United by winning the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award on 18 May which was voted for by the fans. On 5 July 2011, the International Federation of Football History and Statistics named Hernández as the "World Goalgetter 2011", with 13 goals, ahead of other players such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Giuseppe Rossi, and Lionel Messi. Hernandez began his third season with United on 2 September 2012, coming on as a 72nd minute substitute for Danny Welbeck in a 3–2 win against Southampton. In 15 September season, he was named in the starting eleven for the match against Wigan Athletic, playing all 90 minutes. Despite having a penalty saved in the fifth minute by Wigan goalkeeper Ali Al-Habsi, Hernández scored his first goal of the season, as well as assisting in teammate Nick Powell's goal in a 4–0 victory.
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On 18 February 2013 in another FA Cup match against Reading, He scored in the 72nd minute, giving United a 2–0 lead. His goal would end up being a deciding factor as United went on to win the game 2–1. Although he started in United's 2–0 Premier League victory against QPR on 23 February 2013, he did not score in the match and he didn't score again until 10 March 2013 in another FA Cup match against Chelsea which ended in a 2–2 draw. On 1 September 2014, Hernandez signed for Real Madrid on a season-long loan deal, with an option of a purchase at the end of the loan. He underwent a medical and signed the contract that same day. Hernandez was handed the number 14 jersey, which was available after the departure of Xabi Alonso. Real Madrid have confirmed they have agreed to sign the Mexican striker Javier Hernández on a season-long loan from Manchester United. He is surplus to requirements at United as the Premier League club have agreed to take the Colombian striker Radamel Falcao on loan from Monaco. Real Madrid and Manchester United have reached an agreement for the loan of the player Javier Hernandez, who will be tied to the club for the current season, Real said in a statement on their website. Real have an option to buy the 26-year-old at the end of the season, and will present their new signing at the Bernabeu stadium. United also confirmed the move on their Twitter account. 
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Full name: 
    Javier Hernandez Balcaza

Date of birth:    June 1/1988

Age:                   26 year old

Place of birth: Guadalajara, Mexico

Height:            1.75 m 

Playing position:   Attacking Forward

Current team:     Real Madrid

Squad number:     14

                                                               National player:   Mexico

                                                               FC Club player:        Real Madrid


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