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New Liverpool Signing becomes Media Mockery after Foolish incident

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New Liverpool Signing becomes Media Mockery after Foolish act

Liverpool new signing, Darwin Nunez left a lot of questions to be answered after horror show that brings back unwanted memories and media attention.

The match between Liverpool and Crystal Palace left quite the sore taste in fans mouth as the club saw off yet again another draw against a resilient Patrick Vieira’s team.

And part of those reasons had to do with Uruguayan attacker, Darwin Nunez losing his cool in a period of the game to head-butt his opponent, Joachim Andersen in the game.

The incident left a lot to be desired from the Liverpool signing on his home debut as pundits and the English media tear into his stupid actions that almost cost Liverpool the game.

There are arguments his actions actually cost Liverpool the game as the Reds walked out of the game, though not ‘walking alone’ with nothing but just with a meager point to make it 2 points out from 6 in 2 games.

New Liverpool Signing becomes Media Mockery after Foolish act

The frustration was visibly noticed in teammates especially Mohamed Salah who was seen crying at full-time after the club succumbed to yet another draw.

The Red card on the Liverpool signing adds to the woes of the club in terms of available options as the team might go into the remaining run of games short of attacking options should its injury list and fitness record not improve.

Former Manchester United player and legend, Gary Neville had quite a lot to say concerning the Liverpool signing’s stupidity as he calls it, in the run of play.

“Tonight the story is Nunez. Not just the second headbutt, but the first one, then to have a go again.

“You usually get a coming together and there’s a little one, but he’s properly gone for it.

“There’s no history of that at Benfica, he’s not been sent off there. That’s the stupidity of tonight. He’s a young player and it’s a steep learning curve for him tonight,” Neville said on Sky Sports.

 

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