Cardiff City Zohore

The curious case of Kenneth Zohore – What’s happened to the Danish striker and how can he turn his season around?

The Danish international has yet to find the net this season and has come under a lot of criticism so far this season, but what can he do to turn his season around?

The 24-year-old has played five times in the top-flight but has struggled when leading the front-line, and was dropped following his poor form, before being recalled once again against Burnley on the weekend.

His performance against the Clarets was once again criticised by some Bluebirds supporters. But how exactly can he turn his season around from here on in?

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Show more desire to score when getting into dangerous positions

It has to be said, on times, Zohore has lacked desire, which means he is still yet to break his goal drought in the Premier League so far this campaign.

If he does improve on his current performances and shows more integrity/desire in and around the box, then the goals will come. There is no doubt about his ability, and he can then maybe turn his season around following a slow start to life in the top-flight.

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Score and the confidence will come

Zohore is a confidence player and when he first joined up with the Bluebirds in South Wales, he struggled but Warnock came in, had a few words – and in the second half of his 2016/2017 season, he excelled and show real quality in front of goal.

Since he made his move to the Welsh Capital permanent in 2016 following a loan spell from K.V. Kortrijk, he has scored 21 times in a total of 70 appearances and he is definitely a player, when on form, who is capable of adding to that tally.

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Get the fans back on side

This one is probably the most important aspect because he has come under massive scrutiny from the Bluebirds faithful this season following his lack of clinical edge in front of goal.

He is a talented individual, and he certainly has the capability of re-finding his form of two seasons ago, where he scored 12 goals in 29 appearances, and if he can do that, he may start winning the fans back – which maybe crucial for the Bluebirds moving forward.

(Featured image: Jon Candy)