Among the Premier League Big 6, only Tottenham Hotspur is 0%. Whoscored.com, a statistics specialist, has revealed Tottenham’s fatal weakness this season.
On the 7th (Korean time), WhoScored.com revealed the percentage of points scored by recruits out of the total league goals of the Big 6 since last summer. Here, Tottenham’s fatal weakness was revealed. Tottenham alone scored 0%.
Ahead of this season, Tottenham has made a major investment. Chairman Daniel Levy promised support, and with the quick negotiation skills of general manager Fabio Paratici, a total of seven players were recruited in the summer alone.
Ivan Perisic and Fraser Foster were embraced as free agents, and Christian Romero, who was the center of Atalanta’s blast, was brought in. They also strengthened their center back by recruiting Clement Langle from Barcelona, and strengthened their midfield with the signing of Yves Bisuma.
At the forefront, it was expected that the dependence on Son Heung-min, Harry Kane, and Dejan Kulusevski would decrease by recruiting Hisharlisson, who was Everton’s ace.
However, as a result, Tottenham’s transfer market is running toward failure, not success.
Tottenham have scored 41 goals in the league this season, but none of them have been scored by recruits. It is true that there was only one specialist striker, Hischarlisson, but the fact that none of the new recruits have scored in the league is a serious weakness. According to data released by Whoscored, Manchester City scored 54.7% of all league goals (53 goals), or 54.7%. It is proof that main gun Elling Hollan is doing well. 바카라사이트
Compared to other teams, it is even more disappointing.
League leaders Arsenal also scored 13.3% of their total goals (45 goals) by recruits.
Of course, the success or failure of recruiting does not guarantee performance. Liverpool, with 20.6% of the total goals scored by recruits, had the same number as Manchester United, but the rankings are 10th and 3rd, respectively.
Chelsea also recorded 31.8%, which is the second highest after Manchester City, but is ranked 9th, lower than Tottenham.
However, if you compare only the performance of the recruits, the unrealistic figure of 0% for Tottenham is just disappointing.