Nani hasn’t really made the most of his opportunities this season, with fans seeing glimpses of what he is capable of but those moments are becoming few and far between. Let’s not forget that he hasn’t been given anywhere near the same number of chances he was given in his first season, however he hasn’t been able to hold down a place in the team because he hasn’t shone when he has been given time on the pitch.
Last season he scored a penalty in the European Cup final, as well as banging in goals against Arsenal and Liverpool.
Clearly the lad has bags of potential but when will we get to see this showcased on a regular basis?
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