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Darwin Nunez may be the best signing of recent years and could cost a fortune in the future.

By Charles Cornwall

Darwin Nunez may be the best signing of recent years and could cost a fortune in the future.

Nunez played in the second half against RB Leipzig in Germany and managed to score 4 goals out of 5 for Liverpool's win.

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Darwin Nunez could become, as already announced by his teammates and the German manager Jurgen Klopp himself, the best signing in recent years, along with Luis Diaz, which could raise his value in one or two years if he can position himself as Liverpool's benchmark and help them win more championships.

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At the Red Bull Arena in Germany, RB Leipzig showed no resistance against the English side, who went for the win from the opening minutes after Andy Robertson set up Mohamed Salah to open the scoring in the eighth minute. Darwin Nunez popped up on four more occasions to make it 5-0 in the 49th, 51st, 69th and 90th minutes, which could mean a crushing of the criticism from some Liverpool fans, journalists and detractors that he would struggle to adapt to Klopp's Reds boss.

Darwin Nunez will get the ball today, while second-half goalkeeper Janis Blaswich is sure to dream of the Uruguayan. Although some fans also commented on social media that this is a pre-season game, so don't be too confident in this situation.

The goals

Nunez then came off the bench during half-time to net his first goal for the club, converting from penalty spot after Luis Diaz had been brought down. The No.27 had a second moments later, finishing with aplomb after Liverpool had regained possession in midfield in sent him clear inside the area.

Nunez’s hat-trick was completed with 69 minutes showing on the clock when he touched in a low cross from Harvey Elliott from close range. His final act was to cap a fine night’s work for Jürgen Klopp’s side by sweeping in his fourth – and the Reds’ fifth – at the death following a counter-attack spearheaded by Fabio Carvalho.

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