Darwin Nunez scored emphatically to score his sixth goal in his previous seven league appearances.


Nunez gave the Reds the lead with a beautiful finish in the 35th minute. Cody Gakpo came on at halftime and scored Liverpool’s fourth goal.

The Reds assumed the worst when they discovered Nunez had been substituted at halftime, as Jones and Jota had already sustained injuries in the first half.

Nunez was substituted with an eye on future games, according to Klopp, who also stated that the striker “felt something.”

“It is mixed emotions; we lost players, and we don’t know how serious it is,” the German said to TNT Sports. It appears unfavorable to both of them.

“But against a team designed to irritate you, what the boys accomplished after 15 minutes was remarkable.” A set piece is flying into your box eighteen times in a row; you need bodies, luck, and a goaltender who played a fantastic game in a flash.

From a certain point on, we performed well in the game. We are pleased that we were able to control them to the greatest extent possible.

In response to a question about whether the Reds were unlucky with injuries, Klopp said, “Definitely.”

“I believe Curtis was the target of a jab. Darwin faced a hurdle as well; we’re not sure if he has something or not, but he sensed something. Diogo also faced difficulties.

“We’ll see. We never found it easy, but right now everything is good. We play again in a few days and currently have 57 points.

With 12 goals and 11 assists so far this season, Nunez has established himself as a key player in Liverpool’s successful run.

The Reds scored 22 goals in Salah’s absence, demonstrating their ability to score even in his absence. Nunez and Salah should now take over the role of Liverpool’s players to look to for goals while Jota is currently injured.

All five of Liverpool’s attackers netted goals or provided assists against Brentford.


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