Jurgen Klopp blamed a star player for 1-1 draw against Luton Town

After his team was held to a 1-1 draw with Luton Town on Sunday, Jurgen Klopp has responded.


Darwin Nunez received a lot of support from Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp after the player gave a lackluster performance in their 1-1 draw with Luton Town on Sunday afternoon. The forward squandered multiple excellent opportunities at Kenilworth Road, including a close-range drive that went over the bar in the second half when the goal was right in front of him.


Rob Edwards’ Luton vexed Liverpool, as they found it difficult to overcome their newly promoted rivals. Klopp will be happy with his team’s response after trailing late. After a quick Hatters counterattack, former Manchester United player Tahith Chong appeared to have scored a historic goal for his team in the 80th minute when he guided a strike past Alisson.


Luis Diaz, a second-half replacement who made his matchday squad debut for the first time since his parents were abducted in Colombia last week, gave Liverpool a response in the 95th minute. The winger leaped to his greatest point, guiding his header over the charging goalie and into the goal. He then revealed his undershirt, which bore a supportive message for his father, whose whereabouts are still unknown.


Nunez had a difficult time getting past the Luton defense, and his terrible miss in the second half summed up his play. However, when questioned about the Uruguay international’s performance, Klopp sprang to the defense of his starting position.


“On one or two occasions, he was not onside,” clarified the former Borussia Dortmund manager. “These are the moments, but I believe Mo [Salah] could handle it himself on the one ball he squares with the header; it was also a big chance.” Sadly, we experienced other times.


He truly had a hand in everything. It’s alright. Even though the outcome is not what we had hoped for, we are always mature enough to accept it.


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