Young Everton fan's hilarious reaction after Liverpool striker Darwin Nunez crashes his privates into corner flag | The Sun

A YOUNG Everton fan couldn't help but laugh as Liverpool club record signing Darwin Nunez crashed his privates into the corner flag.

Nunez, 23, made his return to the Liverpool team following his three-game suspension.


The £85million man was sent off for a headbutt on Crystal Palace's Joachim Andersen in last month's 1-1 draw at Anfield.

In the first half of Saturday's Merseyside Derby, an over eager Nunez attempted a scissor kick.

He made a mess of his attempt and raced after the ball to retrieve possession.

But as play neared the corner flag, Nunez was nudged from behind by Everton's Nathan Patterson, and the striker crashed his privates into the corner flag.

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A young fan in the crowd pointed at Nunez and couldn't help but laugh.

The two sides uncharacteristically played out a 0-0 draw but both teams had their chances to snatch all three points.

Toffees defender Conor Coady thought he had scored the winner in the second half, tapping home at the back post.

However, after a VAR review the goal was chalked off for a narrow offside.

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Mohamed Salah hit the post for Liverpool deep into added-time with Jordan Pickford's feint touch keeping the score level.

The point lifts Liverpool up to fifth in the Premier League, while Everton are sat in 14th.

It would've been easy for Nunez to react but he managed to keep his cool.

Nunez vowed to not make the same mistakes he made against Palace again.

Following the incident, Nunez said: "I am aware of the ugly attitude I had.

"I'm here to learn from my mistakes and it won't happen again.

"Apologies to Liverpool all. I’ll be back."

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