100 million euros, but 0 league goals since November… “I think I can’t do it either” honest confession

Darwin Nuñez (23, Liverpool) said he knows that his current performance is not satisfactory and wants to improve.

Núñez recorded 34 goals and 4 assists in 41 official matches for Benfica last season. In particular, his performance in the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) shone. Benfica advanced to the UCL quarterfinals. Núñez made 10 appearances and scored 6 goals. He scored both goals in the first and second legs of the quarter-finals against Liverpool and impressed manager Jurgen Klopp.

Núñez moved to Liverpool ahead of the season. The transfer fee is 75 million euros (approximately 100.4 billion won) and a bonus of 25 million euros (approximately 33.4 billion won). Núñez marked his debut by scoring in the England Community Shield against Manchester City. Following this, he scored 1 goal and 1 assist against Fulham in the 1st round of the English Premier League (EPL). He made Liverpool fans excited.

However, in the EPL 2nd round against Crystal Palace, he had a war of nerves with Joachim Andersen and was eventually ejected for headbutting. Since then, Núñez has scored four goals in the EPL. He has not scored in the league since scoring multiple goals against Southampton in mid-November. He scored 5 goals and 2 assists in 14 EPL matches. Combining UCL and cup competitions, he scored 10 goals and 3 assists in 25 official matches. 바카라사이트

On the 2nd (Korean time), Núñez conducted an interview with British media ‘Sky Sports’. He said of Jurgen Klopp’s demands: “I think Klopp wants to see me at Benfica. For example, my performance against Liverpool was very good.”

Núñez knew that his grades were not good at the moment. “I don’t think I’m playing well right now, but I always want to improve. I try to improve every day,” he said. And they say we need to move more.”

“Klopp says I need it and I’m a player with a lot of ability. That’s what he wants from me. Of course, he wants me to score goals too. “He wants me to take a little longer because if I shoot on the ball or rush it’s always going to be bad. He said if I had the ball one more second I’d score.”

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