WOLVERHAMPTON, England.- Different quarries and precisely from a bitter rivalry, emerged Raul Jimenez Y Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez, from America and Chivas, respectively; clubs that catapulted them to Europe soccer.
While Raul Alonso didn't fully explode his goalscorer in the MX League and "Chicharito" he left the Mexican league as the leading scorer of the contest Bicentennial 2010, Jimenez passed from Benfica, where he championed and premiered in the Old Continent, to land on the Premier League and stand as a regular "break networks" with the Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Javier and Raul have the mark of being the only Mexicans to overcome 50 games in the football of England and both required a single team to achieve it, because when Hernandez Balcazar arrived at West Ham he had already exceeded that figure by being a recurring revulsive of Sir Alex Ferguson in Manchester United and what it contributed last minute goals that resulted in valuable points for the "Red Devils".
Statistics in its first
50 games in Premier League
|Raul Jimenez||Javier Hernandez|
World Cups such as Carlos Salcido, Pablo Barrera, Guillermo Franco, Giovani Dos Santos, Carlos Vela have also militated in a British club but have not established themselves to the degree of the first two mentioned.
Also, with this Saturday’s game against Aston Villa, Raul Alonso Jimenez spin three consecutive games by marking with Wolves and in such a way it is placed to 5 scores of being the top scorer in the history of the institution.