From Despair To Where?Victor Meldrew BTW he is a good penalty taker and a lot of his goals have come from the spot but James Milner is even better.Victor Meldrew 14% is quite a lot and 50% at the last World Cup..
Wasn't me suggesting that "a lot" or "quite a lot" of his goals come from penalties. Just pointing out that actually, he's about average for players who play(ed) a similar role in their teams.
Unfortunately "an average amount of his goals come from the spot" doesn't really support your rather obtuse point.
I'm just surprised you haven't played the "flat track bully" card yet.
Incidentally, 9 of his 17 league goals came against teams who finished in the bottom half of the table. About the same as Sadio Mane (12 of 22) and Sergio Aguero (12 of 21) slightly better than Jamie Vardy (11 of 18) but significantly better than Salah (18 of 22), Aubameyang (16 of 22) Raheem Stirling (12 of 17) or Hazard (12 of 16)
However, JMW ressurecting the VAR thread last night has highlighted a degree of anti Kane bias on your part going back to last summer, suggesting he has mastered the art if going to ground to easily,
That is another side issue but yes he does go to ground very easily -that is true though of most modern players.
Not sure why you have taken this to such extremes and even making further suggestions of what I might post.
I have nothing against Kane per se-he is the best English striker around but just not suitable for the current Liverpool set-up.
He might be good enough for England and for Spurs but both of those sides are some way short of both City and Liverpool.