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Jürgen Klopp believes that Darwin Núñez will learn from his red card

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Jürgen Klopp believes that Darwin Núñez will learn from his red card

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Jurgen Klopp talked at the conference and could not avoid being questioned about last week's episode in the game against Crystal Palace, when the Uruguayan soccer player Darwin Núñez was sent off for a header on a rival. Action that has been controversial and that has caused controversy in the Premier League.

The German coach acknowledged that he had a talk with the es Benfica soccer player and ruled out a similar situation repeating itself. "We are human beings and we all made mistakes in our lives and we will make mistakes in our lives again, but then you have to move on”, he said.
 

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Regarding the conversation with the Uruguayan player, he explained: "Of course we talked to Darwin, his reaction is like all reactions in this type of situation. He was very disappointed in himself, obviously, because of what had happened."

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"But (Darwin) apologized, which is absolutely fine. We told him there's no need [to be] walking around with your head down, being miserable, things like this. That's it. We're human beings, it happened once and it's well”, words from Klopp. Liverpool are preparing to face Manchester United next Monday.


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