Javier Hernandez has opened up on a row with Sir Alex Ferguson that left him so mad he could not even celebrate scoring for Manchester United.
The Mexico striker enjoyed a successful four seasons at Old Trafford, winning the Premier League twice and scoring 37 league goals.
But Hernandez's United career was not all plain sailing and a row with legendary Red Devils manager Sir Alex Ferguson left him furious.
The incident came during a match with Newcastle United after he missed a number of golden opportunities.
Following the squandered chances, Ferguson had a go at Hernandez to the extent that he did not even celebrate when he eventually scored.
Asked about his biggest bust-up with a manager on Rio Ferdinand's The Locker Room, Hernandez told his former teammate: "It was with the boss.
"We were playing against Newcastle. I had a lot of options and he told me 'you needed to score'.
"I wanted to say to him: 'Do you think I wanted to miss those options? I want to score them, of course! I don’t want to miss them'.
"I remember I then scored a goal, they went to kick it out and I just covered it it, it hit my thigh and it went in.
"I didn’t even celebrate. I was completely p***ed off."
Hernandez, who now plays for LA Galaxy, scored 59 goals and provided 20 assists in 157 Manchester United appearances.
The Guadalajara academy product joined Real Madrid on loan in 2014 before leaving for Bayer Leverkusen on a permanent deal the year after.
The Mexican returned to the Premier League with West Ham United in 2017, scoring 17 goals in two years with the Irons.
A brief stint with Sevilla followed before Hernandez left for the MLS in January, where he is the highest-paid player in the division.
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