Reports explain Darwin Nunez’s absence from Liverpool after he was sent off against Crystal Palace

will miss Darwin Nunez On Liverpool’s next three matches in the Premier League after his first start at Anfield ended early after receiving a red card in the second half.

Nunez participated as a starter in yesterday’s match between Liverpool and Crystal Palace, at Anfield, at the end of the second round of the English Premier League.

Nunez received a red card in the 57th minute, after “butting” Crystal Palace player Joachim Andersen after the latter provoked him.

Darwin Nunez was sent off during the Liverpool-Crystal Palace match

And the English “Liverpool Echo” network reported that this red card means Darwin Nunez will be absent from Liverpool’s next three matches in the English Premier League.

Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp is facing a headache due to his lack of attacking options, with Diego Jota currently absent with a hamstring injury, while Roberto Firmino was absent from the team against Palace as a precaution to injury.

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Nunez will miss Liverpool’s upcoming match against arch-rivals Manchester United next Monday at Old Trafford and it remains to be seen if Firmino will be fit.

After that, the 23-year-old will miss the next two league games at Anfield, with Liverpool facing Bournemouth on August 27 and Newcastle United on August 31.

The duration of the violent behavior penalty can be increased to 4 matches or more, but the attacker will be banned for at least 3 matches after that incident.

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