Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez wants revenge over Carlos Tevez after Argentina’s controversial 3-1 victory over Mexico in the World Cup last summer.
Hernandez has already became a favourite at Old Trafford with six goals so far this season and scoring tonight would really increase his importance in our squad.
Hernandez told The Sun: “I have a sporting matter to resolve with Tevez. At the World Cup, Mexico were defeated by Argentina amid such controversy so now is the best moment to return the score.
“We know Tevez is the key man in the derby — we need to stop him to reduce the danger in our penalty area.
“He’s been out injured but, even so, he always seems to offer a big performance in these situations.”