Arsenal legend, Thierry HENRY has launched a scathing attack on Javier Hernandez following his match-winning strike for Real Madrid in the Champions League.
The Mexican scored the only goal of the game in the 1-0 win against Atletico Madrid to seal a place in the semi-finals alongside Juventus, Bayern Munich and Barcelona.
However, Henry has criticised Hernandez, who is currently on loan from Manchester United for his goal celebration because it was played in by Cristiano Ronaldo.
Henry believes that Hernandez should have thanked the current Ballon d’Or holders for the assist instead of running off to claim all the glory for himself.
The former French international explained: “That’s Ronaldo’s goal. At that particular moment he couldn’t shoot, so he didn’t take the risk of doing something stupid and silly with it.
“He saw a guy in a better position, which Chicharito was, and he gave him the ball. What I don’t like is Chicharito seems like he’s won the World Cup with that.
“It’s a tap-in. Turn around and celebrate with Ronaldo. Even the camera knew – the camera is on Ronaldo for a reason.
“I think the pressure went through him. He knew he had to perform today and he had a couple of chances to do it.
“If Ronaldo had done that I would have said the same thing. You have to pass the ball, but it’s still a tap-in and you have to turn around and say thank you.”