After his stroke this weekend, Darwin Nunez kindly had his ears pulled by Jürgen Klopp.
For his first official match at Anfield Road, Darwin Nunez probably dreamed of a better scenario. Beyond the draw conceded by Liverpool in front of Crystal Palace (1-1), the Uruguayan striker was sent off in the second half for headbutting Joachim Andersen.
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“It is absolutely not a reaction that we want to see”
A reaction that his coach Jürgen Klopp hardly tasted. “It is absolutely not a reaction that we want to see, thus launched the German technician at the microphone of Sky Sports. I don’t know exactly how long he will be suspended but that’s the situation and so we’re going to make him work physically, not as a punishment, just to make him even stronger. »
Already deprived of Roberto Firmino and Diogo Jota, absent this weekend due to injury, Jürgen Klopp will have to reshuffle his attack with a view to moving his team to neighbor and hated enemy, Manchester United, next Monday.