“Dangerous” is made by Jurgen Klopp. admission from Darwin Nunez joking Jurgen Klopp
After a boisterous first outing for Liverpool, Darwin Nunez was “nearly killed” by his new teammates.
Nunez, a summer signing from Benfica who might cost a club record £85 million, played the final 30 minutes as Manchester United destroyed Liverpool 4-0 in the Bangkok Century Cup on Tuesday.
The 23-year-old made a lively debut but was denied a goal by United goalkeeper Tom Heaton before blowing a good opportunity over from close range after Mohamed Salah’s shot had hit the post.
Furthermore, Klopp emphasized indications he was at that point creating an early understanding with his new colleagues when asked a short while later where he anticipated Nunez working this season.
The Reds manager described him as a number nine who can also play on the wing. We’ll check to see where he plays.
In any event, you could tell that the young men were searching for him at that moment. After the third run, I believe his lungs were ready to explode. It was his third meeting (since showing up for preseason practice). This is without a doubt one of his strengths—we came dangerously close to killing him with these balls, but he provided the runners and the young men required to pass the ball. He was dangerous.
He has a legitimate nine in his profile, which is advantageous for using his body, speed, and aggression.
Liverpool’s Erik ten Hag makes a compelling argument.
After their amicable preseason meeting, Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has given a sincere affirmation regarding Liverpool.
Liverpool’s preseason campaign got off to a losing start on Tuesday when the Reds fell to Man United 4-0 in Bangkok. For United, goals were scored by Jadon Sancho, Fred, Anthony Martial, and Facundo Pellistri.
Three different lineups were chosen by Jurgen Klopp to play for 30 minutes each on the field. Darwin Nunez and Fabio Carvalho, two recent additions, were each handed “debuts,” with the latter option causing a stir in the first half.
Young players such Melkamu Frauendorf, Tom Hill, Leighton Clarkson, Tyler Morton, Luke Chambers, Stefan Bajcetic, and Isaac Mabaya were also given opportunities by Klopp. Fans were mesmerized by the final choice’s presentation in the first half.
Ten Hag discussed why he wouldn’t focus too much on the result of his most memorable match in control after his team defeated Liverpool.