Fans all saying the same thing as Darwin Nunez suffers Liverpool home debut from HELL after missed chances and headbutt

Fans all saying the same thing as Darwin Nunez suffers Liverpool home debut from HELL after missed chances and headbutt

FOOTBALL fans have slammed Liverpool forward Darwin Nunez after a nightmare home Premier League debut saw him sent off against Crystal Palace.

The Reds’ newest attacker, 23, was dismissed in the second half for a ridiculous headbutt on Eagles centre-back Joachim Andersen.

Nunez planted his head into the chin of Andersen
Nunez planted his head into the chin of AndersenCredit: Sky Sports
The headbutt left Andersen flat out on the floor
The headbutt left Andersen flat out on the floorCredit: PA
His horrific headbutt came in the second half when Liverpool were losing
His horrific headbutt came in the second half when Liverpool were losingCredit: AP

And social media blew up about the Uruguayan’s performance.

His sending off ended an abysmal display that saw him hit the post with a glorious chance in the first half.

He also totally mishit another fine opportunity to score for the Reds.

One person said: “Darwin Nunez worst home debut ever seen 😂😂. Red card and went about with timberlands on 😂😂😂.”

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Another added: “Nunez is an absolute fraud. Bloke miss-kicks it and falls over every time he has it.

“Worst quality footballer I’ve seen in a long time.”

A third simply said: “Nunez worst signing in prem history 😂😂😂😂😂😂.”

While a fourth added: “This has been an all time top 3 worst individual performances in the history of the Premier League by Darwin Nunez. Stinking.”

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Nunez did score on his Prem debut in a 2-2 draw against Fulham on the opening weekend.

But his dismissal in front of the Anfield faithful was the worst possible way to ingratiate himself to Liverpool supporters.

It came after Wilfried Zaha had given the visitors a first half lead with a lethal counter-attacking strike.

Luis Diaz levelled for the hosts just four minutes after Nunez’s sending off with an incredible solo strike.

But Liverpool could not find a winner as Jurgen Klopp’s wait for a first win of the season moves into the third weekend of fixtures.

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Dylan Terry

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