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Luis Diaz's call for unity after Liverpool's two Premier League draws

By Charles Cornwall

Luis Diaz's call for unity after Liverpool's two Premier League draws

The Colombian striker starred in Liverpool's 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace on Monday.

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Luis Diaz saved Liverpool from losing against Crystal Palace with a goal from outside the box at Anfield Stadium in the second round of the Premier League. The winger showed his skills with the ball, made use of his dribbling, speed, took out the opposing defenders and gave a class of ball striking to score a goal that gave a draw to Jurgen Klopp's team.

In the same match, recent Reds star signing Darwin Nunez was sent off for headbutting Crystal Palace's Joachim Andersen. After the incident, the Uruguayan player apologised to all his teammates and assured that in the future this would not happen again and that he would "learn from his mistakes". The truth is that Nunez received a reprimand for such behaviour.

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Diaz's call

Through social networks, Luis Diaz called for unity and support in the group, that although they have not yet been able to win in the current Premier League, there is still a long way to go. "We're all in this together lads," the Barrancas, La Guajira-born Diaz wrote on Twitter.

The publication was accompanied by a series of emoticons of strength and also red symbols, alluding to the Liverpool colours. The same tweet also has a series of photographs of Diaz celebrating last Monday's goal against Crystal Palace with his teammates.

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