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Luis Diaz's dream after coming on strong for Liverpool

By Charles Cornwall

Luis Diaz's dream after coming on strong for Liverpool

Lucho reached the 50-goal mark in Europe, 41 with Porto and nine with Liverpool with his brace today.

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Luis Diaz joined Liverpool in January for half of the 2021-2022 season, but has consistently been regarded as one of the important pillars in German manager Jurgen Klopp's scheme. In an interview with ESPN, Diaz spoke about his time in England, the Colombia national team and his aspirations for this new football year.

Liverpool spent difficult hours at the beginning of the Premier League, but now they have achieved their first victory, in a masterful way with a 9-0 win over Bournemouth at Anfield, where the Colombian managed to score a double, the first to open the door for the goal in the third minute and the last of the night at 85 to close the 9 for the history of the Premier League.

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On the selection of Colombia, Diaz said it was a pity that they could not be in the World Cup, but already sees himself qualifying for the next hand of the coaching staff that is, of each teammate: "We will always try to give the best of us as we have always done, try to be united to start in a good way the friendlies that we will have to get to know each other to put together a great selection," he said.

Adapting to English football

According to the Colombian, playing in English football has been a big change for him, it has been an incredible process for the Colombian, because he realized the way he has grown, how it has strengthened to reach instances of being in such a big club, iconic as Liverpool.

"For me, to be proud of myself, to look back and say that I have achieved great things, that I have achieved a lot of what I had thought, I have lived a dream as a player, so I hope to continue like this with the same concentration and the same work to continue achieving great things, which is what I want," Diaz said in an interview. 

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