Both coach and the Mexican's teammate pointed out the importance of the goals Javier Hernández scored against Huddersfield Town in an epic Hammers comeback.
Thanks to Javier 'Chicharito' Hernández, West Ham saved the game against Huddersfield and beat them in 15 minutes, a game that seemed lost for the Hammers. Manuel Pellegrini and Mark Noble praised the performance of the Mexican as his attitude.
Javier Hernández got into the field at the beginning of the second half, becoming an essential factor to the comeback of his team scoring at the minute 84 and 90+1 for the win of the London squad.
West Ham coach, Manuel Pellegrini talked about Chicharito's performance, "he has been playing well recently but had a little pressure to score, so it was good that he came from the bench, played well and decided the game with two goals."
Mark Noble, teammate of Hernández and West Ham midfielder, highlighted the work of the Mexican saying that their problems ended with Chicharito.
"Probably they thought that everything was over and done, apart from us, and then Chicharito got two big headers, and also a big from Angelo (Ogbonna)."
Manchester United former striker had almost a month without scoring for the Hammers because his last goal was on February 22 when he scored against Fulham.