‘Of course’: Mac Allister says the 24-year-old Liverpool player is almost at his best

Liverpool beat West Ham United at Anfield on Sunday and Darwin Nunez was among the scorers.

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool defeated West Ham United 3-1 on Sunday at Anfield in the Premier League.

Darwin Nunez scored in the 60th minute.

The 24-year-old Uruguayan international striker scored with a difficult volley after a ball from Alexis Mac Allister over the goal line.

Nunez started the game and played 81 minutes.

Alexis Mac Allister praises Liverpool teammate Darwin Nunez

Alexis Mac Allister, who joined Liverpool in the summer transfer window, was impressed by Nunez.

The Argentine midfielder and World Cup winner believes Liverpool fans will see the best of Nunez this season.

Darwin Nunez
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When asked if Liverpool are seeing the best of Nunez, Mac Allister said, as quoted in club documents official website: “Yes, of course, I think he’s getting better and better.

“I think we’ll see the best of him this year.

“He’s a very nice guy, he works very hard. I’m really happy for him.”

Darwin Nunez could explode for Liverpool this season

In our opinion, Liverpool striker Darwin Nunez could be a star for the club this season.

Nunez is starting to score goals and take his chances.

Of course, the 24-year-old still has to improve.

The Uruguayan international striker isn’t exactly the cleanest striker of the ball, but he makes good runs and is clever with his movements.

And he gets chances.

This is crucial.

We believe Nunez will perform well for Liverpool and score goals more consistently.


The Liverpool no. 9 has scored three goals and provided one assist in two starts and four substitute appearances in the Premier League so far this season.

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Emma Bowman

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