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An emerging young forward for Mexico's national team, Hernandez is expected to make his first World Cup appearance in South Africa. Hernandez gained worldwide notoriety earlier this year when he was surprisingly signed by Manchester United of the English Premier League for an undisclosed fee from Guadalajara. The deal included a friendly match to be played between the teams, but the move will not be completed until Manchester United can secure a work permit. Hernandez backed up the signing with the prestigious English team by tying for the scoring lead in the 2009 Apertura with 11 goals in 17 games. He's also been superb for the national team, scoring four goals in four games, including a pair in a 5-0 win over Bolivia in a friendly Feb. 24. Hernandez has a chance to become the third generation in his family to play in the World Cup. His father of the same name played for Mexico in 1986 and his grandfather, Tomas Balcazar, also played for Guadalajara and was a member of the 1954 World Cup team.
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