- Liverpool striker Darwin Nunez cut a frustrated figure during his side's Champions League clash against Rangers
- The Uruguayan missed a number of glorious opportunities to find the back of the net and was seen complaining to Virgil Van Dijk
- The former Benfica striker has only scored one competitive goal for Liverpool, which came on the opening day of the Premier League against Fulham
Darwin Nunez has endured a difficult start to life in the Premier League despite showing early promising signs.
Signed from Benfica for a reported club record fee, the striker hit the ground running in the Community Shield against Manchester City.
He then scored again against Fulham on his Premier League debut. But a week later, while making his bow at Anfield, the Uruguayan was sent off for headbutting Crystal Palace's defender Joachim Andersen.
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After returning from a three-match suspension, the striker is yet to find the back of the net as Liverpool continues to produce inconsistent results.
Against Rangers, the 23-year-old had a number of glorious opportunities to score, but his efforts were constantly thwarted by a determined Allan McGregor in the Rangers goal.
After fluffing his lines on one occasion, Nunez is seen turning back to one of Liverpool's captains, Virgil van Dijk and lamenting
'No quiere entrar hermano,' which loosely translates to 'The ball doesn't want to go in.'
Luckily enough for Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp, his side weren't made to pay for Nunez's missed chances, as goals from Trent Alexander-Arnold and Mohamed Salah gave them a 2-0 victory.
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The 23-year-old made a famous switch to Anfield in the summer after a goal-filled 2021/22 campaign with Benfica but has struggled to adapt to the Premier League.
Having found the net against Manchester City in the Community Shield and in Liverpool’s opening day against Fulham, Nunez has struggled in front of goal.
Source: Sports Brief News