(Picture) Javier Hernandez Takes A Dig At Former Arsenal Striker

Things are certainly going from bad to worse at the Manchester United camp these days. Striker Javier Hernandez has possibly given a silent reply to former Arsenal star Robin Van Persie who was critical about his team mates after United’s loss against Olympiakos. RVP, after United’s Champions League match had moaned about his team getting in his way.

“Sometimes I try to find ways to do more but in the areas I wanted to play, my team-mates were often there. This makes it difficult for me,”

“Then I have to change my tactics to suit my team-mates, and play outside my zone. It’s a pity.” “We played too slow and could therefore create little.”

“I rushed that shot. That’s a shame because I don’t get a lot of chances so when you get one, you have to score.”

Earlier today, fellow team mate Javier Hernandez posted a picture of himself celebrating a goal with Patrice Evra on his official Instagram account along with the message “Without your teammates you can’t be somebody in football, always be thankful…

Although we are not sure of what exactly did Hernandez meant by that message, given the situation at Old Trafford it doesn’t look like a casual thought.

Hernandez who has struggled to find regular game time since the arrival of the Dutchman, might have been frustrated with his comments.

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