Pedro came the closest to breaking the deadlock in the first half of a scrappy London derby between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea at White Hart Lane this lunchtime.
The Spaniard arguably had Hugo Lloris beat with a strike which arrowed just inches over the crossbar, but ultimately only added to his growing list of shots off target.
The World Cup winner has the worst accuracy rate of any player who has taken more than 20 shots in the Premier League this season, finding the target with only 19% of his efforts.
Chelsea moved late to prise Pedro from under the noses of Manchester United for £21m in the summer, as BBC Sport reports, but his return since arriving from Barcelona has been disappointing.
He has not notched in the top flight since bagging on debut against West Bromwich Albion, with a goal in the Capital One Cup tie versus League One Walsall taking his overall Blues tally to two in 13 games.
Harry Kane has been a lot more prolific for Tottenham in recent weeks. The England forward has nine goals in his last six games, but Asmir Begovic was equal to his two efforts in the opening 45 minutes.
Tottenham’s homegrown hero also has an exceptional track record in London derbies, scoring 11 goals in his last eight all-capital affairs, so could be the player to watch out for in the second half.
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