Horror stats sum up Nuno’s nightmare period at Tottenham with Tottenham failing to score a shot on goal in more than two hours

Spurs are in disastrous form in terms of performance with a performance under Nuno Espirito Santo at rock bottom, and the stats show it.

Tottenham have lost five Premier League games this season – they’ve played just ten.

Nuno supervised the awesome offers and the right results

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Nuno supervised the awesome offers and the right resultsCredit: Environmental Protection Agency
Harry Kane suffered under Nono

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Harry Kane suffered under Nonocredit: Getty

They ranked ninth in the division in terms of shots on goal, failing to fulfill Daniel Levy’s promise to restore the club’s DNA following the sacking of Jose Mourinho.

And their level in Europe is not much better, with a draw with Rennes and a defeat against Paco Ferreira and Vitesse in the Champions League.

Tottenham’s struggle in front of goal proved to be the most problematic.

Harry Kane has performed poorly in every area of ​​his game under Nono, and Son Heung-min’s goals also faded.

In the 3-0 defeat to Manchester United on Saturday, fans began to express their displeasure with Nuno and his style of play.

Considering that his side failed to score a shot on goal that is understandable.

Tottenham have now gone two hours and 16 minutes without a shot on target in the league – Kane’s 44th-minute shot against West Ham was their last.

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If that wasn’t bad enough, yesterday’s failure in David de Gea’s Test was the first home game that Tottenham have not scored a shot on target since 2013.

Nuno takes the club back – not since 2013-14 Spurs have scored less than ten goals in their first 10 games.

The current side has nine, and Kane has only one of those.

The club hierarchy is in talks to discuss Nuno’s future, and it appears Levy may be ready to make another management change.

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