White Hart Lane striker Emmanuel Adebayor hits one of the worst penalty kicks in history against Ben Foster in the West Bromwich Albion goal.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Roberto Soldado has been terrible from open play this season – only scoring twice in the Premier League – but at least he has been clinical from the penalty spot, notching four goals from 12 yards.
Emmanuel Adebayor has been quite the opposite since being restored to the starting line-up by Tim Sherwood after exile under previous manager Andre Villas-Boas.
Only Daniel Sturridge has scored more than the Togolese striker since Sherwood was appointed Spurs boss late last year, with eleven goals to Adebayor’s ten.
However, Adebayor has clearly been terrible from the penalty spot, with this horrendous effort against West Bromwich Albion practically passed into the arms of Baggies goalkeeper Ben Foster.
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