Robbie Fowler didn’t understand the criticism of Darwin Nunez.
Liverpool made headlines by breaking club record transfer fee to sign Darwin Nunez from Benfica.
He costed an initial £64million but could very well rise upto £85million with add-ons.
The striker failed to hit the ground running in Liverpool’s first two pre-season games against Manchester United and Crystal Palace.
But he hit four goals against RB Leipzig in their last game and silenced the critics.
Club legend Robbie Fowler cannot comprehend how a player can be judged so quickly.
“So, Darwin Nunez is up and running with his Liverpool career and has suddenly gone from zero to hero with his four goals against RB Leipzig,” the pundit wrote in a Daily Mirror column.
“It was ludicrous to think that Nunez was being doubted after playing just a few minutes against Manchester United and Crystal Palace on the tour to Asia.
“He got a taste of what any big-money signing faces in football these days if they’re not scoring in every game – but it’s ridiculous.
“I’d seen that Klopp was perfectly happy with the way the lad has slotted in to the club and his performances in training. And if Klopp’s pleased that’s all that matters.”
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