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Fan Creates Brutal Video Of Darwin Nunez's 'Disasterclass' Against Man United

Fan Creates Brutal Video Of Darwin Nunez's 'Disasterclass' Against Man United

"Darwin Nunez debut vs Man Utd...'

​A fan has created a brutal video of Darwin Nunez's 'disasterclass' against Manchester United following his side's 4-0 defeat. 

The £85 million man made his first appearance for Liverpool in the crushing pre-season defeat to Man United on Tuesday. 

He was brought on by Jurgen Klopp in the second-half, but failed to make a big impression as he missed a sitter

Nunez showed signs of promise on his debut when he forced Tom Heaton into action, but the budding forward never really got going.

Rival fans have mocked Liverpool's new Uruguayan star following his run out in Thailand, with Twitter user @jm___27​ uploading a video of the player's outing against the Red Devils. 

Of course, it's early days for Nunez who has plenty of time to get match fit ahead of the 2022/23 season. 

Speaking after the game, Klopp focused on the positives and was pleased with what he saw from his new No.27. 

"He is a number nine and he can play on the wing as well. We will see where he will play," said the Liverpool boss. 

"But what you could see is the boys were already searching for him.

"It was his third session (since arriving for pre-season training) and I think after the third sprint his lungs were nearly ready to explode.

"We nearly killed him these balls but he offered the runs and the boys wanted to pass the ball, that is for sure one of his strengths. He was dangerous, all these kinds of things.

"So Darwin, we will see. I think his profile is a proper number nine so that’s helpful with speed and aggression and using his body, all these kinds of things."

The Reds return to action on Friday when they take on Crystal Palace in Singapore. 

Featured Image Credit: MUTV

Topics: Darwin Nunez, Liverpool, Football