Kingsley Coman has admitted that he will never become a lethal goal scorer.
The Bayern Munich winger known for his speed and dribbling ability has admitted that he will never be able to score many goals in one season.
He looks at himself as someone who is able to create for other rather than score himself.
“Yes, I’m forcing myself to be more present in front of goal,” Coman told Le Parisien. “I’m creating more opportunities for myself. Sometimes it pays off, sometimes not.
“That said, I don’t think I will ever score 30, 40, 50 goals. That killer instinct in front of goal — I’m working on it, but it’s not natural for me.
“I love a decisive pass. But I know that goals have become very important. So I’m doing violence to myself, I’m trying to be more egotistical.
“[My goal is to score] definitely more than 12, yes. My objective is to pass that. Stats are very important, I know.
“But I’ll never pervert my game and always be on the surface. I’m a winger; my game is primarily to create. There needs to be homogeneity and different players on a team.”
Coman has scored 28 goals and made 33 assists in 139 assists for Bayern Munich so far.
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