Darwin Núñez’s attacking chaos is carrying Liverpool’s title charge | Barney Ronay

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The improving striker, who showed his quality at Brentford before injury struck, has stepped up in Salah’s absence

The bolts may be fraying, panels flying off, ball bearings skittering along in its wake, but Liverpool’s Premier League season continues to barrel along. A 4-1 victory at the Gtech Community Stadium came soundtracked by pinging tendons and twanging knees as first Curtis Jones then Diogo Jota left the field, both in a state of some distress, to be followed by Darwin Núñez at half-time.

Three more names to add to that ever-lengthening sick list; and in Núñez, in particular, a player Jürgen Klopp and his team really won’t want to lose right now.

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Written by Barney Ronay at the Gtech Community Stadium
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