Luis Hernández

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LUÍS HERNÁNDEZ

REAL LIFE
Luis Hernández (born 22 December 1968) is a retired Mexican striker. During a career that spanned 15 seasons, Hernández scored 132 league goals in 362 appearances. Despite predominantly playing for various teams in his native Mexico, Hernández also spent time at LA Galaxy in the United States and a brief loan spell at Boca Juniors in Argentina.

Named Mexican Player of the Year in 1997 and 1998, Hernández earned the nickname of ‘El Matador’ and played 85 times for his country, netting 35 goals. Retired in 2005 after a short stint at Lobos BUAP in Mexico.
Full name
Luis Arturo Hernández Carreón

Date of birth
December 22, 1968

Place of birth
Poza Rica, Veracruz, Mexico

Height
1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)

Playing position
Striker
YEARS
TEAM
APP
GOALS
1CRUZ AZUL181
1QUERÉTARO2811
2MONTERREY5814
3NECAXA10032
0BOCA JUNIORS42
0NECAXA129
2TIGRES UANL6438
1LOS ANGELES GALAXY3013
1AMÉRICA162
1VERACRUZ185
1JAGUARES CHIAPAS51
1LOBOS BUAP94

YEARS
TEAM
APP
GOALS
7🇲🇽 MEXICO8535
ITEMS
Base Version

1994

In the mid-1990s, Luis Hernández made a big name for himself whilst playing in his native Mexico. He won several trophies during his time at Necaxa, including back-to-back league championships between 1994 and 1996.

Famed for his blond hair as well as his speed and finishing ability, ‘El Matador’ made 125 league appearances for Necaxa, his longest spell with any club.
Mid Version

2001

In the early 2000s, Mexican striker Luis Hernández made his move to the MLS by joining LA Galaxy. He featured for the Galaxy for two seasons between 2000 and 2001, and enjoyed a goal ratio of over 1 goal every two games in his second season.

Nicknamed ‘El Matador’, Hernández was widely regarded as one of the most talented strikers in the Americas and is Mexico’s joint 4th all-time top goalscorer.
Prime Version

1998

In 1998, Luis Hernández enjoyed success on the international scene; his four goals at the FIFA World Cup™ in France against South Korea (2), Netherlands and Germany raised his profile in world football, and his goals for Mexico in the CONCACAF Gold Cup led his country to their third successive title.

On the domestic front, he scored 19 goals in two consecutive seasons for Tigres, before moving to the MLS.

 YEARRTGPOSPACSHOPASDRIDEFPHY
BASE200688CAM888487884277
MID199790RW908688914078
PRIME200292RW928889924180
RELEASE TIMES
BASE
September 2019 – December 2019

MID
September 2019 – February 2020

PRIME
December 2019 – September 2020

MOMENT
February 2020 – September 2020

Icons
BASE
September 2019 – September 2020

MID
September 2019 – September 2020

PRIME
December 2019 – September 2020

MOMENT
February 2020 – September 2020

BASE
September 2019 – December 2019

MID
September 2019 – February 2020

PRIME
December 2019 – September 2020

MOMENT
February 2020 – September 2020

Prime version available on the second Swap Icons batch.
December 26 2019 – March 13 2020
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