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Her celebration speaks volumes about the weight on her shoulders. Darwin Nunes came off the bench at the start of the Community Shield game against Manchester City and finally came on in the second half. The Uruguayan striker, bought from Benfica for 75 million euros by Liverpool, has not asked for more to quell the first criticisms of him when he wore the Reds shirt. Less than 30 minutes into the game, he unlocked his own goal counter in an official match, finding his head defect gave his team the Community Shield (a 3-1 win). The performance clearly delighted his coach, Jurgen Klopp.
“Attackers are a special species”
“I like his impact, the impact from the bench is fantastic. Everyone who comes on is important. Attackers are a special species. Everyone needs a little bit of positivity. For them it means scoring goals. Or a goal. Darwin is like that (…), the goal is obviously the icing on the cake, really happy for him. You can see how happy the boys are for him in the faces of him and all his team-mates,” he told a news conference. Say. Meanwhile, the ex-Benfica has begun to reassure the most skeptical.
Darwin Nunes scored his first official goal in Liverpool’s game against Manchester City yesterday, earning praise from his coach Jurgen Klopp. He reviewed his performance in official matches and his first goal.