Charlie Austin on Thierry Henry’s criticism of Javier Hernandez’s goal celebration

Javier Hernandez

Queens Park Rangers striker Charlie Austin does not seem to agree with Thierry Henry’s criticism of Manchester United-owned striker Javier Hernandez.

Queens Park Rangers striker Charlie Austin has taken to social networking site Twitter to have his say on Thierry Henry’s criticism of Javier Hernandez’s goal celebration on Wednesday.

Arsenal legend Henry was not impressed with the way the Manchester United-owned striker celebrated his winner for Real Madrid against Atletico Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu.

The Mexico international found the target in the 88th minute of the second leg of the Champions League semi-final tie.

While Hernandez was ecstatic with his goal, Henry pointed out on Sky Sports that the 26-year-old should have thanked his teammate Cristiano Ronaldo for providing him with the assist.

“That’s Ronaldo’s goal,” said Henry. "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.”

QPR striker Austin does not seem to agree with Henry’s remarks on Austin and has made the following comments on Twitter.

Hernandez joined Madrid on a season-long loan deal from United in the summer of 2014 and has struggled to play regularly for Los Blancos.

In 17 La Liga appearances for Madrid so far this season, the Mexican has scored four goals and created five chances, while having a pass accuracy of 85% and a shot accuracy of 62%.

Hernandez has featured six times in the Champions League for Madrid this campaign, scoring one goal and creating two chances.

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