Javier Hernandez scores hat-trick for Bayer Leverkusen

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Manchester United fans are outraged once again this evening, but it's not only because they were beaten at the hands of Premier League new-boys Bournemouth.

While the game was going on at Dean Court, a former Manchester United star was producing something brilliant in Germany.

Javier Hernandez struck a wonderful hat-trick against Monchengladbach, making it 10 goals in 13 league games for the Mexican. 


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Red Devils boss Louis van Gaal, of course, sent Chicharito packing before the close of the summer transfer window, but the talented forward is quickly starting to make his former boss look like a fool. 

One thing is for sure, Hernandez's latest cameo has come at a terrible time for Manchester United supporters. A depleted side went down by two goals to one at the hands of Bournemouth, leaving the Red Devils faithful fuming. 


Here are the best tweets: 

United in big trouble

There's no doubt about it, the Red Devils are in big trouble right now. Without a number of their key players, the club need the likes of Wayne Rooney, Ander Herrera, Chris Smalling and Co. to return sooner rather than later. 

As well as the return of important players, Van Gaal must also change the dynamic of his side immediately. United are truly struggling to stamp their mark on games and certainly appear to be nowhere near the required standard. 

Manchester United fans: should Hernandez still be at your club? Have your say below! 

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