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Despite inconsistencies, Nunez is a role model for one of his teammates

Uruayan striker is the striker the Reds need

By Charles Cornwall

Nunez celebrating a goal and an unknown player
Nunez celebrating a goal and an unknown player
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With just a couple of days to go before Liverpool's return to Premier League action against Brentford, one of the players in the midfield has made public the great respect and admiration he has for his teammate Darwin Nunez, a player who despite the criticism has been one of the great saviors of the team this season in which Mohamed Salah has not been able to be present in the offense. More Liverpool news:

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The hard work even with the criticism and a performance to overcome despite not scoring in some games, are part of the virtues that a player like Elliott can quickly find in Nunez, ensuring that his 110% effort is all that can be asked of a player who is crucial in the attack.

Nunez's self-improvement despite all kinds of barriers such as language, is a factor that Harvey highlights about his teammate, giving him all the credit for his success that has been growing over the months, with no doubt that Elliott can draw inspiration from this Uruguayan who has only tried to respond to doubts with good displays on the court.

After taking Nunez's constant self-improvement as an example, Harvey Eliott expressed that his good exhibition days ago against Burnley could be even better, being critical with what he did on the pitch by assuring that he only did his job, they need to keep flowing in the game to be able to keep scoring and creating goal plays.

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Although the participation of this attacking midfielder has been regular whenever Jürgen Klopp requires it in the matches, it is true that his contribution to the group has been a little below some of his teammates, wishing Elliott himself to have more influence on the field to achieve the effectiveness he wanted so much, hinting at the great sporting competitiveness that exists in the Reds and that Klopp has managed to manage well despite the problems that have arisen along the way.

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