Stefan Bajcetic bags first Liverpool goal and fans all point out the same thing

Liverpool fans have been lauding Darwin Nunez’s contribution to Stefan Bajcetic’s first goal for the Reds.

Bajcetic scored his first ever Premier League goal in Jurgen Klopp ’s side’s 3-1 away victory over Aston Villa. The young Spaniard rounded the goalkeeper and showed excellent composure to thread the ball through the legs of Tyrone Mings on the goal-line.

But while the 18-year-old added the vital final flourish to secure the points, the opportunity was created by the tireless work ethic of Nunez. And Liverpool fans went out of their way to ensure the Uruguayan was given his fair share of the credit.

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“Darwin workrate,” one fan commented on social media. "Nunez does so much for this team his runs and speed terrorises defences. Ultimately he will be judged by goals but I love him as a player. Delighted for BAJCETIC and Doaks cameo," another added.

"Do some praise for Nunez. The goal was not possible without him," another commented. "Brilliant by Nunez" and "made by Nunez," were also tweeted by more grateful supporters.

"Utterly superb. Fantastic from Darwin to keep it in and cross it into danger, and what a moment for the young man," one other buzzing Liverpool fan commented.

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Nunez’s performance for Liverpool was enough to get him the man of the match award, but his struggles in front of goal look to have followed him into the festive period. The former Benfica star, who will cost Liverpool around £85million once add-ons are accounted for, squandered some good chances in front of goal.

His speed, determination, and ability to force defenders into making mistakes is clear for everybody to see. However, he is struggling to find the killing instinct, which made him one of the most feared strikers in world football last season.

Nevertheless, he has still managed to contribute a respectable five Premier League goals and three assists for the Merseysiders this season.

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