Everton fans have voiced their concerns about the form of young striker Moise Kean after their side’s 1-1 draw away to West Ham United on Saturday.
The Toffees could not build on Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s first-half equaliser as they were forced to share the spoils at the London Stadium. The Hammers’ Issa Diop gave the hosts the opening goal from a free-kick on the right-hand side, but it was cancelled out just three minutes later after Lucas Digne’s corner found the head of Calvert-Lewin to level the scores. The result meant that the Blues remain level on points with Arsenal in 11th place after 23 games played. However, segments of the Gwladys Street faithful were worried about the ongoing goal drought from one of their summer signings.
Kean, 19, has yet to score a Premier League goal for the Toffees since his £27m move from Juventus in the summer, and fans have started to voice their frustrations after another quiet display from the Italy international. SofaScore recorded that Kean did not have a single shot on goal or register a successful cross. He only completed 10 passes and had a pass success rate of 71% before he was substituted 16 minutes from time.
Some of the Twitter responses from Everton fans tell the whole story…
Sorry not good enough for the premier league
— owencocoefc (@owencocoefc) January 18, 2020
He’s first touch is awful. Juve conned us with a dud
— Michael Keating (@MkeatingMichael) January 18, 2020
Each appearance has been worse than the one that preceded it.
— Fred C. Dobbs (@terrifyinglogic) January 18, 2020
Mate, he got dragged off for niasse. Says it all
— fox (@michaelsgfox) January 18, 2020
With DCL though you could see something. With Kean, he doesn’t offer anything. He almost gets in the way.. I think a loan spell is needed for him
— efcTomo1878 (@ETomo1878) January 18, 2020
DCL looked miles better than Kean before this season! I haven’t seen anything from him this season. It is a concern.
— Dean Mckenna (@MckennaDJM) January 18, 2020
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