Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez was on the mark for Mexico in their World Cup qualifier against Honduras.

Honduras scored twice in three minutes to snatch a 2-2 draw at home to Mexico after the visitors had taken charge of their World Cup qualifier through a pair of superb goals from Hernandez.

Hernandez put 'El Tri' ahead with a superbly angled glancing header in the 28th minute after Andres Guardado burst past two defenders and delivered a pinpoint cross. The Manchester United striker struck again nine minutes into the second half with a darting run at the near post, poking in a free-kick by Carlos Salcido.

But goals through Carlos Costly and Jerry Bengtson gained a deserved point for Honduras to see them top the group after two matches.