The most expensive striker contracted by Liverpool, Uruguayan Darwin Nunez, caused a very complicated situation for the team, after his team was trailing 1-0 at its guest Crystal Palace in the second round of the English Premier League yesterday, at home at Anfield, and among his fans, he headbutted Crystal Palace defender Anderson, after the latter provoked him repeatedly, to receive a red card at a time when his team was pressing hard for an equalizer, after Crystal Palace took the lead with a Louis Zaha goal since the first half.
Joachim Andersen vs Darwin Nunez yesterday evening. pic.twitter.com/iGSpArHh0x
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Despite the return of Liverpool in the result through Colombian Luis Diaz, but he lost two very important points and at home, especially as he drew in the first round against Fulham. Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp finds himself in a very complicated situation, as he will lose a player who cost him more than 90 million euros, for at least three matches, according to English media expectations of the direct expulsion incident, which came by deliberate assault, if not more, according to Previous similar cases, as the coach Klopp also expected that the penalty would not be less than at least three games, and he feared the worst that it would reach four or five.
Liverpool will miss its striker in important matches, the next round begins against Man United in the latter’s land, especially since the “devils” desperately need to win after two humiliating defeats from two unknown teams. Klopp said, according to his statements on “Sky Sport”, commenting on the expulsion of Nunez: He will learn the lesson after this red card.
On the other hand, despite his fast for scoring, but the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah was one of the most prominent players in Liverpool, and he created eight achieved opportunities, which is achieved for the first time in an English Premier League match, since October 8, 2021.
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