Liverpool striker trolled for his ‘unacceptable’ performance against Manchester City
Liverpool lost 3-2 to Manchester City in the Carabao Cup on Thursday (December 22). Fans have severely reprimanded Darwin Nunez for his series of horrible misses.
Darwin Nunez IS NOT REAL 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/B835sIVvCe— Septimus Prime 🇸🇱 (@septimusajprime) December 22, 2022
The Reds retaliated two times in the game however in the end missed the mark to see their guard of the League Cup end in the Round of 16. In any case, the game might have taken an alternate course had Nunez taken his risks clinically. The Uruguayan wasted three clear open doors from a similar point.
In the 42nd moment, when the score was 1-1, Jose Gomez delivered Nunez into space with a circling cross, yet the striker hauled his work wide.
After five minutes, Nunez was forced to bear one more ideal cross, this time from Andrew Robertson, yet indeed, he guided his shot crawls askew.
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Halfway through the final part, the 23-year-old ended up through on goal for a third time frame, with Gomez the maker again. Nunez, however, imagined to squander that one as well.
Liverpool fans were baffled by his inefficiency and vented it out on Twitter, with one considering the striker’s exhibition ‘inadmissible’. A Chelsea fan made a move to draw matches among Nunez and Werner, calling the Reds striker ‘more terrible’ than the former Chelsea hired gunman
Darwin Nunez against Man Citypic.twitter.com/5nctn8JSBL— Troll Football (@TrollFootball) December 22, 2022
Darwin Nunez – the 80 million man!!! pic.twitter.com/JUhRLTHWId— SportsKing911 (@ImranAs47511947) December 22, 2022
Manchester City versus Liverpool is maybe the greatest contention in Britain. The champions have challenged a few legendary conflicts in ongoing history, and last evening’s was among the best up to this point.
Five goals, quality strikes, two rebounds and a few colossal misses – the game had everything, serving the fans a happy treat in front of Christmas.
City and the Reds have proactively met two times this season, Locally Safeguard and the Premier League, with Jurgen Klopp’s men winning on the two events.
A third win straight appeared to be not too far off when the Sky Blues declared their setup, with a considerable lot of their first-team stars on the seat. In any case, the prevailing English heroes took their risks clinically, while Liverpool were passed on to mourn their botched open doors.