The former Benfica striker struggled to establish himself at Liverpool.
Since leaving Benfica for Liverpool in the summer market, in exchange for 75 million euros, Darwin Núnez has had a difficult start at Anfield.
Although he scored in his first two official matches (including one against Manchester City in the FA Super Cup), the Uruguayan striker has been a substitute since his dismissal against Crystal Palace on the second day of the Premier League .
Called up by the Uruguayan national team, Darwin trained with his compatriots, with a view to two friendly matches (Iran and Canada) and, this Wednesday, a moment when he played in training again caused a stir on the social networks and not for the best reasons…
After stealing the ball from a teammate, Darwin fired towards the goal, but the shot ended up going wide.