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Klopp is surprised with Núñez's objectives for this month of February

The Uruguayan striker is looking to be the best in the team as the season draws to a close

By Charles Cornwall

Darwin Nunez celebrating and Klopp very happy
Darwin Nunez celebrating and Klopp very happy
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With little more than six weeks to go in the year 2024, coach Jürgen Klopp has been able to observe the true potential of the vast majority of his players in this phase where the team can profile itself to fight for all the championships in dispute, not disappointing several elements that even with their inconsistencies seek to be the best of the institution in each game, Darwin Nunez being one of them because through his hard work he has been able to appear as one of the offensive stars even with a low effectiveness in goals.

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The great potential that Nunez has to become one of the offensive leaders of this institution has been reflected throughout these last weeks in which Mohamed Salah has not been active, and although his offensive contribution was not enough to be the best of the group during these weeks, the goal of the Uruguayan could be to win in February the recognition of the best player of the month, same that just recently obtained the defender Conor Bradley who from the right side has been able to generate five assists and a goal.

This objective that Nunez has for being the POTM of February can be undoubtedly a motivator at this time to increase his level and have a better closing than expected on his part, wishing some that the duo of Nunez with Salah returns as soon as possible since this union of the Egyptian and the Uruguayan was the most remarkable at the beginning of the tournament.

If Nunez can get the POTM for the month of February, Liverpool would be demonstrating the great quality they have in their players, since September of last year to date, the Merseyside team has been able to obtain four of five awards of this type, winning Mohamed Salah in September and October, Maguire bursting in November to resume the domination of the Reds in December with Trent Alexander Arnold, followed last month by Conor Bradley.

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Although Nunez has shown clear improvements in what will be the final stretch of the season for the Reds, he still needs to improve his goal per game average to be able to compete with the Egyptian who even during his absence, Darwin could not catch him in terms of goals, being even less likely to achieve it in the coming months where Mo' will want to be the best player in the Premier League, being Nunez a good competition but at the same time a good help to achieve the goal.

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