Darwin Nunez scored four against RB Leipzig

Darwin Nunez
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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is very sensitive about signing players. He often doesn’t go for big names. In this current transfer window, Liverpool signed some players who are not superstars but have lots of talent. Uruguayan striker Darwin Nunez is one of them.

Liverpool signed Darwin Nunez from Benfica for a club-record £85m fee. Last night, his four goals against RB Leipzig marked his arrival in the English Premier League. However, Liverpool defeated RB Leipzig by a 5-0 margin, where Nunez scored four goals alone.

Match Report

Liverpool went to the Red Bull Arena to play a friendly match against the home team RB Leipzig. Liverpool manager this time played a strong lineup against the home team. He set up the team formation with 4-3-3. On the other hand, Leipzig’s manager played his team in a 3-4-1-2 formation.

However, Liverpool didn’t take much time to take the lead. They got a goal at the very beginning of the match as Mohammad Salah scored a stunning goal in the 8th minute. Conceding the goal, the home team became desperate to find the equalizer. Moreover, they had more possession than Liverpool. But RB Leipzig couldn’t create enough chances to score. Liverpool also failed to score more in the first half.

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Returning from the break, Liverpool’s boss deployed Darwin Nunez, replacing Roberto Firmino. After that, the scenario started changing. Liverpool got a penalty kick in the 47th minute, from where Nunez scored his first goal in this match. Two minutes later, Liverpool scored again. This time, Darwin Nunez completed his second goal with the help of Trent Alexandre Arnold.

Conceding two quick goals, RB Leipzig lost track and became shaky. They couldn’t take shots on the target. Moreover, they conceded another one in the 68th minute. Darwin Nunez completed his first hat-trick in Liverpool’s jersey as he found the net in the 68th minute with the help of Elliot. In addition, Nunez scored his 4th goal at the very last moment. In the 90th minute, Nunez defeated Leipzig’s goalkeeper to find the net. As a result, Liverpool won the match with a massive margin.