Liverpool news Darwin Nunez makes Liverpool goal promise ahead of Premier League debut PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Darwin Nunez has promised to be more composed with his celebrations if he is to score against Fulham in the Premier League this weekend
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Liverpool forward Darwin Nunez has promised to be "more cool and calm" in his celebration if he scores on his Premier League debut against Fulham this weekend. The Uruguayan, who made the switch to Anfield for a potential club-record fee from Benfica in June, fired the third goal against Manchester City during the closing stages of Saturday's 3-1 Community Shield triumph. Nunez made a huge impact during his 30-minute cameo on his first competitive outing for the Reds as he won a penalty - after his goal-bound header was blocked by the arm of Ruben Dias - before adding his name to the scoresheet deep into stoppage time with a header from close-range. READ MORE: Barcelona 'want' Trent Alexander-Arnold and 'will make £67m offer' to Liverpool READ MORE: BBC pundit makes remarkable u-turn after Liverpool were written off by 20 predictions The 23-year-old spared no emotion during his celebration as he was quick to whip his shirt off while running towards the Liverpool supporters packed inside the King Power stadium. Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com ahead of the first Premier League game of the season, Nunez expressed how overcome with emotion he was when his effort made its way past Ederson and into the back of the net last weekend. "When the goal went in, I didn’t quite know how to celebrate it," said Liverpool's No.27.
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. I was overjoyed at that moment and, as always, I dedicated the goal to my wife and my son. "I’ll be more cool and calm from now on. It was just right then I didn’t know what to do to celebrate it and, as I said before, it was the adrenaline that made me rip off my shirt. "Now I wanted to thank the Liverpool fans because when I went out to start my warm-up, they were chanting my name, ‘Nunez, Nunez’ and it gave me goosebumps. They were also singing my name during the game itself, and that’s really important for a player as it calms you down and gives you a boost in confidence out on the pitch too. So, thanks to all of them once again because they made me feel really good." READ NEXT Raheem Sterling could find himself back in controversial Liverpool position Leroy Sane makes major Liverpool Champions League admission Steven Gerrard apologised to opposition striker before scoring free-kick winner for Liverpool 'By a big amount' - Gary Neville predicts clear title winner as Jamie Carragher names Liverpool advantage Jamie Carragher drops Liverpool transfer hint
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