Sevilla's Chicharito looking to add to Real Madrid's woes
The former Real Madrid striker will be hoping to be the third 'ex' to score this week against his former side in Sunday's LaLiga clash.
After Wednesday's debacle at the Parc des Princes, next up for Real Madrid is a visit to Sevilla with Julen Lopetegui's side currently topping LaLiga.
Not only will Madrid come up against one of their recent managers in shape of the Basque coach, but the goal threat from the home side comes in the shape of Mexican striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernández. The Mexican international played at the Bernabeu on loan from Man. United for the 2014-15 season participating in 33 games wearing the white shirt (25 wins, five defeats and three draws). The 31-year-old Mexican international will be anxious to make it a hat-tricks of former Real Madrid players striking against their former side after Borja Mayoral scored for Levante in LaLiga last Saturday and Ángel di María bagged a double for PSG in the midweek Champions League tie.
Chicharito has enjoyed a chequered career since leaving the club from the capital in 2015 spending two seasons in Germany with Bayer Leverkusen before joining London based West Ham United before securing a summer move to Sevilla on a three year deal.