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EPL: “Moment of madness” for Darwin Nunez As Liverpool Draws In a Home Debut Against Crystal Palace



On Monday Night Football at Anfield, Crystal Palace held Liverpool to a 1-1 draw; Darwin Nunez was dismissed for a headbutt on Joachim Andersen; Gary Neville called the incident “a moment of craziness.”
Despite Nunez being sensationally dismissed for a headbutt on his complete debut, Luis Diaz helped Liverpool hold Crystal Palace to a 1-1 draw at Anfield. In the first half, Palace took the lead thanks to a goal by Wilfried Zaha that came against the flow of play and came after Nunez’s stupid reaction to a push from Joachim Andersen.

Neville stated that Nunez had no cause for complaint regarding the red card, but expressed sympathy for the Uruguayan striker for “his moment of madness” because he had experienced a similar scenario as a player and lost his mind.
He stated: “It’s a crazy time right now. Andersen will feel that it is a proper butt.

“We don’t understand why he did it. In my professional life, I’ve done two or three similar things. We are unsure of why we react. We don’t know. Sincerly, we wander off and wonder, “What did I just do?” At Everton, I kicked a ball at a supporter, and I did the same thing when I played Steve McManaman. It’s the crimson mist. It overtakes you.
“The world is the loneliest place when you are sent off in that manner. It’s awful, even if you have a kit guy with you. Your teammates are on the field, but you are in the locker room. You feel terrible for leaving them there. A player who has been dismissed doesn’t require much explanation because they accept blame and the situation is terrible in and of itself. He would have likely apologized to everyone in the dressing room. He will get picked up by the other guys in that dressing room because it is a fantastic dressing room.”


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