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Not a dig, far from it, love the guy. Border line man crush, above Holt, Huckerby and Iwan for me. But a few of his missed chances recently seem to follow a theme. A lot of Pukki's goals come from a through ball, then a one on one with the keeper. Last season he was deadly, and seemed to find the far corner of the net perfectly and without issue. Ipswich at home, Wigan away, Leicester away... etc, etc. But looking at the two missed one on ones against Bournemouth and Newcastle, it appears the keeper is already on the way down before he kicks the ball, or at least as he kicks it. Question, is there a theme here, and have opposition goalkeepers / coaches cottoned on? Should Pukki look to work on near post finishes, or a couple of touches more and rounding the keeper? Not sure if this is of interest.. but has got me thinking. A lot of Pukki's goals seem to be very similar.