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Gary Neville’s advice to Darwin Nunez

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Gary Neville’s advice to Darwin Nunez. On Sunday afternoon in the Premier League, the Reds defeated Spurs 2-1. Harry Kane got one back for the home team after Mohamed Salah’s brace in the first half. With his two goals, Salah has now scored 14 goals in all competitions this season. Additionally, he has scored nine goals in his last eight games. However, Neville was equally impressed by Nunez’s performance, describing the Uruguayan as an “unpolished gem” and offering the striker some words of wisdom.

On the Sky Sports Gary Nevile podcast, the former Manchester United defender remarked, “We watched Salah’s re-emergence as the player he is, who is world-class.” In the Champions League, he scored three goals against Rangers, and we next saw him achieve nine goals in eight games versus Man City. He had been a little bit of a rough run for him up until the Rangers game. He should consistently perform at this high level, according to us—however, his touch, awareness, and composure in the last third against the Spurs today.

Nunez performs admirably and poses a threat, but Salah is superior. Nunez has a lot to learn from Salah. He is a rough diamond. He runs, poses a threat, annoys, challenges, and harasses people. Martin Tyler and I both used the term “broad instrument” at times, and both were exactly correct. If I were Nunez, I would simply keep an eye on Salah’s actions in the final third of the field, especially in the box.

Neville also had a lot of nice things to say about Andy Robertson’s performance versus Tottenham. The Sky Sports analyst described the Scotland full-back as a savvy, elite player. Neville remarked, “I assumed right away that Robertson had watched the game.” You mention players smelling the field and the game and wondering where it is. I used to believe that the game was still being played sometimes and that I wasn’t even making a difference in the game’s outcome.

Neville continued, But generally speaking today, Andy Robertson deserves praise. Trent Alexander-Arnold is frequently brought up while discussing attacking. But from the very first minute, Robertson could see where the game was going, and I thought, “He’s clever, Robertson.” He is not only an outstanding full-back but also a clever full-back. He descends that side, and the opening goal results from that.

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Salman Shaikh
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