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I’m sorry Darwin Núñez

Date: May 20, 2024 Time: 01:53:59

I’m sorry Darwin Núñez

Grigory Telingater March 2, 2024, 21:02 Moscow time Audio version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

An open letter from Grigory Telingater to the best footballer of the millennium.

I made a mistake. I didn’t believe in you. They explained to me that goals are not everything. It is important how you create opportunities for your teammates, how you press, how you work from behind… I pointed out the missed opportunities again and again. There were a lot of them both in terms of visuals and in terms of xG stats, which I wrote about here.

But today you silenced me. He made me change my shoes. You still haven’t recovered 100% from your injury, so you weren’t allowed into the lineup. We had to come out in the second half with the score 0:0 with a very specific goal. Sadly, I thought it was worth releasing some of Klopp’s youngsters, who have been on fire lately. I made a mistake.

Liverpool had execution problems throughout the game. 21 shots and only one on goal (from Robertson). There seemed to be pressure on the Forest goal. And the closer the end of the game got, the more so, but we still couldn’t score. You could already feel that somewhere in Manchester they were rubbing their hands together. We thought we would go to Anfield next weekend in a stronger position. And you walked out, nodded your head, and sent everyone… through the forest. So be it, taking into account the opponent.

Darwin Núñez scores the winning goal

Photo: Catherine Ivill/Getty Images

On the other hand, I would like to apologize to my colleagues who were more insightful than me. Kirill Khait, Andrei Pankov, Mikhail Rozhdestvensky, I walk timidly down the hallway where they throw tomatoes at me and shout “shame” at me, like in that same scene from “Game of Thrones.” I hope you will forgive me generously. Because we know that Nunes can forgive.

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