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Every time Darwin Nunez and Mohamed Salah coincide in Liverpool’s attack Their relationship is remarkableIndeed, there is strong statistical data that confirms this great partnership in the team led by Jurgen Klopp, which on Sunday, November 12, won over Brentford with a score of 3-0 with two goals from Al-Masry.
In that match, the Uruguayan striker reached ten assists for the Reds They were all for the Egyptian striker.
Already on the first date of the 2022/23 Premier League, Salah made it 2-2 definitively in the 80th minute in the visit against Fulham after receiving the ball from the Uruguayan.
Darwin’s second goal against Liverpool was against Tottenham in the 15th round of last season, when on November 6 of last year he intercepted Robertson’s cross from the left side and gave the ball to Salah inside the area, so Al-Masry opened the scoring after that. Eleven minutes.
This offensive communication was repeated only a few weeks laterIn December, when Nunez scored Salah’s goal in the match he lost to Manchester City in the fourth round of the English League Cup.
In February 2023, the Artigas-born striker assisted on Salah’s opening goal in a 2-0 win over Everton in Round 23 of the Premier League.
After those four assists in the 2022/23 seasonNunez officially assisted the African again on September 3 against Aston Villa to convert the final 3-0 win at Anfield in the fourth round of the Premier League.
On September 21, Darwin provided his first assist on goal for Liverpool in European competitions When he passed the ball to Salah, who scored with a brilliant touch in a 3-1 win over LASK Linz in Austria in Group E of the Europa League.
Last Sunday, October 8, the Uruguayan helped the Egyptian make it 1-1 in a 2-2 draw against Brighton in the English Premier League. On Saturday the twenty-first of this month, Liverpool achieved victory in the Merseyside derby with the same formula: a pass from Nunez, a tariff from Salah, and a celebration by both of them with all the Reds fans.
Against Everton, in the classic match, the Uruguayan scored another goal for the No. 11 to make it 2-0. The last assist came against Brentford at Anfield.
In a close match, in which Darwin scored twice (but both offside), the Uruguayan striker was able to locate Mohamed Salah, who entered the area with a controlled ball and crossed his shot to make it 1-0.
Darwin’s pass and Salah’s goal: This was Liverpool’s 1-0 win over Brentford
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