The Reds were in action yesterday against Southampton as they looked forward to extend their winning run to two games in a row. In that match, Liverpool were the better side as they created multiple chances upfront.
Liverpool took an early lead in the 6th minute after Roberto Firmino opened the scoring. Southampton grabbed an equalizer three minutes later through Summerville. Darwin Nunez gave Liverpool back their lead in the 21st minute before he scored once again in the 42nd minute.
Southampton tried to pull one back but Liverpool defence was too solid for them to unlock. The Reds ended up grabbing all the three points by the end of the final whistle.
In that match one of the Reds player who impressed is Darwin Nunez. He had been struggling to score since he joined the Red this season something which made Klopp to leave him on the bench in most matches.
Yesterday, was given a chance to prove himself where he ended up scoring twice. His top perfomance proved he might be unstoppable in the coming matches.
This now means that Darwin Nunez top perfomance in yesterday's matche proved he might be unstoppable in the coming matches
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