Sergio Aguero is the most prolific goal scorer in Premier League history, yet that doesn’t really come as a surprise to anyone who pays attention to their football.
But there’s another striker who isn’t far behind him that isn’t playing in the Premier League anymore, but damn well should be if he was given a fair chance by Manchester United.
Judging by his minutes-per-goal ratio, Hernadez is the fourth most prolific striker in Premier League history, only lagging behind Ageuro, Thierry Henry and Ruud Van Nistelrooy. And the funny thing is that he’s more prolific than Robin Van Persie, who was preferred to Hernandez by Van Gaal at Old Trafford.
So it’s a mystery why Louis Van Gaal didn’t fancy him. Although it’s not so much a mystery that a club as big and successful as Real Madrid were all too happy to take him off Man United’s hands…
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