After Liverpool's latest home defeat against West Brom, Evans told LFC TV:
"It's embarrassing to dominate a match so much and not win.
"At this level, to be a great team, you've got to have a far better percentage of your chances in the back of the net.
"At Anfield, we've been our own worst enemy. Good teams sometimes win with three or four chances, but we can't win with 20 chances.
"Had we scored 20% of our chances throughout the season, we'd be in the top four right now".
During Evans' tenure as manager, scoring goals was easy, especially with the likes of Robbie Fowler, Stan Collymore and Steve McManaman in the team, playing alongside legends like John Barnes and Ian Rush.
Rushie was at Anfield for the West Brom game, and he must've pulling his hair out at the poor finishing on display.
Alongside Evans, Reds legend Ian St. John dismissed the possibility of an Academy striker being promoted to the first team in an attempt to solve the goalscoring crisis. He said:
"You're not going to bring a kid up from the youth team, put him in there and expect him to do it [score 20 goals a season]"
Why not? It's not as if the likes of Raheem Sterling, Adam Morgan et al could do any worse than Stewart Downing (no league goals/assists), or Andy Carroll (4 league goals), is it?