Braithwaite's move to Barcelona is an odd one but the striker's ready to offer what the champions lack
"I like a tap-in," Martin Braithwaite said, and then he started laughing.
It was October, cold and misty outside at Leganes' training ground, where huge letters painted across the wall facing the pitch demand "train, compete, fight but above all, enjoy and dream." The Danish striker had been asked what kind of chances he likes best. Well, that was obvious, it was suggested: two yards out, no-one in the way, an open net. "That's an easy goal," Braithwaite said, laughing again.
He didn't get many...