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Shocking, the Darwin Nunez’s viral Liverpool celebration that surprised the fans

By Mario Perez

Darwin Nunez left controversial images in his celebration of the Liverpool Carabao Cup title.

The Uruguayan striker impressed everyone with a massive celebration after Carabao Cup Liverpool’s conquest

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Darwin Nunez’s Liverpool defeated Chelsea 1-0 in the Carabao Cup Final in Wembley on Sunday night, which helped the Reds to lift their 10th trophy in the competition, being crowned as the most winning club in the tournament.

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The Anfield team, who struggled to seal their dominance during the game on the scoreboard, could finally get the lead in the game with an agonizing goal in the 28th minute of the extra time scored by Virgil Van Dijk through a header to the net following a corner kick from the right.

The goal of Van Dijk after 118 minutes of play caused the joy of the Liverpool fans and the players who were on the stands, including the Uruguayan striker Darwin Nunez, who couldn’t play due to an injury he suffered in the last game played against Brentford, labeled as a muscle injury.

In this sense, the Uruguayan striker surprised the media and the fans when he decided to join the field at the end of the game alongside the Hungarian midfielder Dominik Szboszlai, also injured, and they left controversial images for everyone in Liverpool’s universe.

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What did Nunez do?

Darwin Nunez joined Szoboszlai and the rest of his teammates on the pitch and jumped and ran following Liverpool’s win against Chelsea, as he jumped over an advertising billboard and ran to celebrate with his teammates, which generated all kinds of reactions among Liverpool fans and Jürgen Klopp himself, who referred to the facts in his after game press conference. “They are not in shape and that is why they did not play, but in the celebrations they looked 100%,” said the coach, who joked by saying “I'm going to have to talk to the doctors,” he added.

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