“99.5 Billion Richarlison = 0 goals, fewer goals than GK in Division 2”
0 goals and 3 assists in 20 Premier League games. This is a disastrous report card for 60 million pounds (approximately 99.5 billion won) Richarlison (25, Tottenham Hotspur).
Richarlison struggled last season, scoring 10 league goals as Everton battled a bitter relegation battle. After that, he wore a Tottenham jersey. Expectations quickly turned to disappointment. He has not scored a single goal in the league. Tottenham is currently in 5th place and cannot guarantee a ticket to the Champions League next season. Already packed in the Champions League and Cup competitions.
There must be a reason why the salty chairman, Daniel Levy, spent the hefty £60m. It is because of Richarlison’s talent and star quality. There is a reason why the attack was not smooth under Antonio Conte’s system, but there are concerns that he, who played a big role in the Qatar World Cup last December, will end the season without scoring a single goal.
Things haven’t changed since Conte’s departure. Richarlison continues to be on the bench even under the acting manager Christian Stellini. As long as Hishalli Song lives, he can disperse attacks focused on Harry Kane and Son Heung-min and add destructive power.
Even seniors and experts from Tottenham are bitter about the situation Richarlison is in. Jamie O’Hara from Tottenham, and Jason Cundy, who played for Tottenham and Chelsea during his active career, spoke at Talk Sports in England on the 21st. The two brought up the story of Richarlison, who scored 0 goals with Chelsea, who are losing 4 times in a row in 4 games since the arrival of Frank Lampard.
“The goalkeeper scored the same goal as Chelsea. It’s a shame,” he said, clicking his tongue. Chelsea are on 1 goal in 4 matches.
The goalkeeper O’Hara spoke of is Ben Wilson, who is guarding the goal of Coventry City in the Championship (Part 2). 토토사이트
Kundi also helped. He was furious, saying, “Wilson scored more goals than Richarlison.”
O’Hara and Kundi laughed together.
Immediately after Tottenham’s elimination by Sheffield United in the FA Cup last month, O’Hara was angry, saying, “Richarlison isn’t worth £60m.”