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Alexander-Arnold reveals how Liverpool’s dressing room reacted to Nunez’s transfer from Benfica

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Alexander-Arnold reveals how Liverpool's dressing room reacted to Nunez's transfer from Benfica

Speaking to Echo, Liverpool full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold said: “When we played against Darwin Nunez we knew he was a special player.

“He brings goals, scores a lot of goals, gets himself in good positions, will work hard and fight for wins — and that’s what we need and what we expect when we bring players in.

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“That’s the club mentality, and I think he will slot in. Over the years, there has been a few signings where, when the club is linked to them, us players get excited and we’re like ‘Yeah, he will work for us’. This was definitely one of them.”

Nunez rejected a proposal from Manchester United to join Liverpool recently with Benfica getting an underlying transfer expense of €75 million.

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The 23-year-old scored an goal in his fist game for the Reds, assisting Jurgen Klopp’s men with beating Manchester City 3-1 and land the Community Shield.

Source: Liverpool Echo

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‘That is what they didn’t do’ – Erik explains what his boys failed to do at Brentford loss

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'That is what they didn't do' - Erik explains what his boys failed to do at Brentford loss

Talking his disappointment at Manchester United’s 4-0 misfortune to Brentford this Saturday, Erik ten Hag said in his post-match interview: “Difficult for me and a surprise. The team has to take the responsibility and I feel sorry for the fans, we let them down.

“I asked them [the players] to play with belief and take responsibility, that is what they didn’t do.

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“Only when we stick together we will overcome it — don’t get me wrong, the manager is the main responsibility and I take that but I have to give them belief and they have to get it by themselves.

“Mistakes are part of football, you have to keep going but you have [to] especially act — It [three subs at half-time] was about bringing fresh ones. I could have changed all eight others as well.”

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Ten Hag has plainly not kept down in his evaluation and United just have themselves to fault for this wreck.

The Red Devils are currently winless in their first two Premier League games, having conceded six goals as of now.

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Source: Sky Sports

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