You wouldn’t want to be number one on this list.
While the Sergio Agueros and the Eden Hazards of this world are topping the scoring charts in the Premier League this season, we’re taking a little look at the players who are yet to break their ducks so far.
This list will look at the players who are yet to score, having taken on the most shots.
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10 Mateo Kovacic – 15 shots – Chelsea
While the Croatian midfielder has fitted-in seamlessly into Chelsea’s Sarri-ball system, the World Cup runner-up is yet to register a goal for the Blues.
The Real Madrid loanee will be desperate to get his first for the London side sometime soon.
9 Olivier Giroud – 16 shots – Chelsea
Yep, the devilish France striker makes the list.
He has shared the striking duty for Chelsea with Alvaro Morata this term, who has managed to miss this list after a surprising flurry of goals recently.
Keep up, Olivier!
8 Diogo Jota – 16 shots – Wolves
Diogo Jota had a very impressive spell in the Championship last season while on loan from Atletico Madrid, scoring 17 goals as Wolves won the title.
But the Premier League has proved a different animal for the young man, who hasn’t scored in 11 games thus far.
7 Mario Lemina – 17 shots – Southampton
The first of two Southampton entries is Mario Lemina; the Gabonese playmaker has taken on 17 attempts without making any nets bulge.
His face says it all.
6 Helder Costa – 18 shots – Wolves
Surprisingly, two Wolves players make our top ten. Unsurprisingly, they are both Portuguese.
Both Helder Costa and Jota are yet to lose their Premier League G plates with 34 shots between them.
5 Michail Antonio – 18 shots – West Ham
Antonio has been renowned as something of a scoring midfielder over the last few seasons.
The winger/striker/whatever has great ability in the air – making him a surprise entry so high up the list.
4 Christian Eriksen – 18 shots – Spurs
Eriksen can and previously has got into double figures, so it is a shock to see him so high on this undistinguished list.
The Danish set-piece specialist should get his name off this list sooner rather than later, surely?
3 Nathan Redmond – 19 shots – Southampton
In with the bronze medal is the second Saint on our list.
Redmond is not known for his prolific finishing, although 19 shots is a lot without a goal for anyone.
2 Aaron Mooy – 19 shots – Huddersfield
So it is Aaron Mooy, a man more famed for his passing than shooting, who gets silver in this wooden spoon race.
The Australian will be keen to get his name off this list, especially considering he’s one of the Terrier’s penalty takers.
1 Steve Mounie – 21 shots – Huddersfield
With just six goals in 12 games, there was always going to be some Huddersfield players on this list.
And it is the French striker, Mounie, who has the unwanted pleasure of topping this unflattering list.
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