The much-derided forward is capable of an excellent finish and demonstrated his qualities once again with a fine goal against Nice on Satuday evening
During his time in the Premier League, David N’Gog became one of the jokes of the division, but he is reminding Europe of his capacities upon his return to France.
Admittedly, he was young when he arrived at Liverpool almost seven years ago, but the forward looked out of his depth at Anfield and was little better at Bolton Wanderers in the Championship, finding the net only 14 times in 81 league appearances.
He earned an unlikely Premier League reprieve when Swansea City bought him in January 2014 but it was to no avail, as he flopped at the Liberty Stadium, departing without finding the net.
However, as he demonstrated again against Nice on Saturday, he is capable of a top finish.
The Franco-Cameroonian forward’s second-half effort at the Stade Auguste Delaune was his fourth of the season and his second in his last four matches.
Might the Indomitable Lions be tempted to take a look?