CARSON, Calif. (AP) Javier Hernandez has been to the top of the soccer world. He spent the last 10 years in Europe's top leagues, winning trophies and representing some of the biggest clubs.
Yet from Manchester United to Sevilla, the Mexican striker better known as Chicharito often struggled to get consistent playing time.
Whether his path was blocked by Wayne Rooney's brilliance or a manager's lack of confidence in him, Hernandez rarely got to show his full talent. When he wasn't fighting injuries, he often served as a key backup instead of a centerpiece.