Stewart Downing is running at an apprehensive Kieran Richardson. The Liverpool midfielder cuts inside, weaves his way past Jack Colback and unleashes a shot that crashes onto the crossbar.
This was Downing's first Premier League game for Liverpool, in a game they should've won and in a game that foreshadowed how unlucky he and Liverpool would be for the rest of the season.
After Luis Suárez's penalty miss, Liverpool would fail to convert another four Premier League penalties.
Downing was one of the culprits, as he hit the post from 12 yards out in a 4-1 win over Chelsea.
According to BBC Sport, Liverpool are the first team in Premier League history to miss five of six penalties.
LFC_Stats stated Liverpool hit the woodwork 29 times in the Premier League.
This included the crossbar stopping Shaun Wright-Phillips from scoring an own goal when Liverpool beat Queens Park Rangers 1-0.
So how many times did Downing hit the woodwork? Four times; three behind Luis Suárez, who would've ended up with 18 Premier League goals if luck went his way.
Even if Downing scored those four goals, his shots per goal average would be 18, which is still inefficient.