In a later development, Michael Owen clarified that Darwin Nunez “struggles with the easy thing” while in Liverpool. Already, the 24-year-old should have the week to cope with it.
Therefore, if he is determined to make his big money, this can define his entire adventure as he sets off.
The skill set Nunez can easily be explained as always being so chaotic, and even with that, some players out there still would like to play with him.
This is all about being patient. Recall that in the past season, Nunez probably didn’t put those two goals at Newcastle away, and this is the result of it, which could make him more dangerous if he continues.
The transfer fee Nunez arrived for is what got the Liverpool hitman Michael Owen. This put him under the pressured spotlight, and he admitted at Anfield that all he expected from Nunez was for him to be a ‘more rounded’ player.
If this can be analyzed, you will see that the prize money of Nunez is almost a bounty placed on someone’s head.
It was a whooping £64m last summer. In the 77th minute, he was sent in, and of course, he didn’t forget to prove his impact by latching onto a mistake from Magpies defender Sven Botman. He arrowed an effort past Nick Pope into the far corner.
Just 12 minutes later, he sent in the second. This time, Mohamed Salah played cohost to it, making it the same as the first as his through-ball allowed the No.9 to incite bedlam in the Reds’ away end, which made him drill in a low effort.
The goal won by Nunez on Sunday was celebrated by Owen, who scored 159 goals for Liverpool between 1996 and 2004, in a video that has since gone viral online. Premier League Productions hired Owen to cover the game.
The former Liverpool, Real Madrid, and Newcastle attacker can be heard saying, “I told you it was going to be 2-1!” in a clip of film shared online by pundit Steve Bower.
Owen subsequently joked, “I don’t often get excited, [I] certainly don’t often run anymore!” when the clip was shown to him live on television.
Although Owen, 43, played for both Newcastle and Liverpool during his illustrious Premier League career, it is evident from his response to Nunez’s two-goal barrage that he still considers the Reds his team. And it’s fair to assume that a few Magpies fans were unhappy with Owen’s response.