Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp Josh has joked about the new terms in Mohamed Salah’s contract after new forward Darwin Nunez scored four goals in the 5-0 win over Leipzig.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has jokingly suggested that Mohamed Salah has a clause in his new contract stipulating that Darwin Nunez will take the penalty. The Uruguayan striker managed to score his first for the Reds in a game against RB Leipzig last night (Thursday 21 July 2022), after Salah gave him the shot. A second-half penalty was fouled after Luis Diaz, which Nunez later netted three more times to help Liverpool win 5-0.
“Mo! I’m not sure if there was a clause in his new contract or because he was super generous. With Darwin taking the penalty ,” Klopp exclaimed after the match, “and Darwin, Pandora’s box has been opened. That was the perfect night for him.”
Liverpool put on a superb display over the German side at the Red Bull Arena, where they were just eight minutes away from the net with Salah ‘s smooth finish before the Red Bull Arena. In the second half, Nunez , the new striker who came on as a substitute, will burst into form alone, scoring four goals in 48, 51, 68 and 90 minutes to complete the game. The “Reds” won 5-0 with a victory in the match. Their 2 consecutive pre-season games
Núñez scored 34 goals in 41 appearances for Benfica last season and attracted interest from Manchester United ahead of his move to Anfield. It was a slow start with a worrying 4-0 defeat to the Red Devils last week. And Salah was also able to score in this UFABET game against Leipzig.
Liverpool will now head to Austria for a training camp as they prepare for the 2022-23 Premier League season, which kicks off on August 5, when asked if he was looking forward to the training camp. how much practice Klopp said: “Very much, we need that time now. We’re not even close to where we want to be.” “We have to get there. The weather and everything is hard In Austria it will be difficult too, but it’s good, we have to get through it. We have to work very hard. And then we will be okay . Because now we really try to do it, we’ll try it. The most important part of the pre-season has started.”