I Don’t Think I’m Playing Well At Liverpool – Darwin Nunez

Liverpool player, Darwin Nunez has provided an honest assessment of his output for the club since being signed.

It’s been expected that the 22-year-old who was signed from Benfica for £64m by Liverpool at the beginning of the season, will fill the void left by Sadio Mane.

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However, since arriving Anfield, Nunez has come under fire for his rash approach and, crucially, lack of a clinical edge in front of goal relative to expectations.

When asked by SkySports how Liverpool’s coach, Jurgen Klopp sees him, Darwin Nunez;

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“I think he wants to see what he saw in Benfica. For example in the games I played against Liverpool [last year in the Champions League], when I performed very well. I don’t think I’m playing well at the moment, but I always want to improve. I try to improve every day. Klopp knows my strength is my speed, running into space. Also, he tells me that I need to be more calm when I’m playing, and that I need to move more.

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