Everton striker Cenk Tosun has hit a bit of a cold patch of late, failing to score in his last four games.
Tosun has however, only had one goalscoring chance created for him over the same period which was the header that narrowly missed the goal against Liverpool in the Merseyside derby.
The 26-year-old had the fewest touches on the ball (30) against Newcastle out of the players that started.
Service to Tosun Pasa has been pretty much non-existent of late.
Tosun has been involved in more action in front of his own goal than the opposition. The striker cleared two Swansea efforts off the line in the 1-1 draw.
No team has had fewer shots on target at home in the league since Sam Allardyce took charge, the Toffees are also 19th when it comes to chances created.
Tosun has had under a chance per-game created for him in his last four matches and did not get to take a single shot on target against Newcastle – although he was involved in the goalmouth action that resulted in Theo Walcott’s decisive goal.
It makes the four goals Tosun has scored even more impressive considering he also gets on average 1.5 shots-per-game.
Tosun will have the chance to add to his tally away to Huddersfield today.