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(VIDEO) Watch : Highlights of Darwin Nunez vs AC Milan as the Uruguay star bags a brace

Darwin Nunez’s World Cup struggles are nothing to worry Liverpool fans, as the Uruguayan was in top form while wearing his club outfit.

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In a friendly game against AC Milan, Nunez scored twice in just over 30 minutes of play, demonstrating that despite what occurred in Qatar, he still has his shooting touch.

Before club football was suspended, the striker was starting to resemble the player Liverpool spent up to £84 million on. He finished a respectable run of games with a hat trick against Southampton.

Nunez started all three of Uruguay’s group games in Doha, where they failed to advance to the Round of 16, although he might as well not have been there.

But his World Cup worries were blown away with two goals in six minutes against Serie A champions Milan during a 4-1 win.

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The first was a slick finish after an assist from youngster Bobby Clark, before he tapped in a cross by Ben Doak.

Mohamed Salah scored the game’s opener with Thiago scoring the Reds’ other goal with a thunderbolt strike.

The Reds will return to Merseyside before heading to Manchester City for a League Cup clash on December 22.

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(VIDEO) Watch: Fans erupt after Kai Haverzt goal against Liverpool was disallowed

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(VIDEO) Watch: Fans erupt after Kai Haverzt goal against Liverpool was disallowed

After VAR overturned Kai Havertz’s early goal for Chelsea against Liverpool, the place erupted.

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After three minutes, Havertz scored from a corner at Anfield after some shoddy defending by Liverpool. Havertz was called upon to slam the ball home on the second try after Thiago Silva originally hit the post.

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However, the goal was disallowed because the German was determined to be offside by VAR even though it appeared that he was onside when scoring. This sparked outrage from Chelsea supporters who insisted Havertz was behind.

The Blues faithful flocked to Twitter to share their fury at the decision that kept the scores equal. One fan raged: “That is the most egregious use of VAR I’ve ever seen – how has that been disallowed when Havertz is behind Thiago silva.”

Another supporter fumed: “Would love to see those lines, havertz looked clearly behind Silva’s front knee. Funny how VAR never works properly at Anfield.”

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A third called for the goal analysis technology to be scrapped, and said: “How was that offside? When Thiago shot the ball, Havertz was behind him. Boycott VAR.”

Replays did appear to show Havertz’s foot just ahead of the ball, despite being behind Silva, though it’s the second controversial VAR decision that’s aided Liverpool in recent weeks, following the system ruling out Wolves’ winner against the Reds when Toti Gomes’ last-minute winner was ruled offside as no camera angles were covering the goal.

And fans referenced the situation to show how the system has conveniently favoured Liverpool, with one fan saying: “VAR of course conveniently turned on at Anfield this time. Guessing they had the right camera angle this time.”

Then another user quipped: “It wouldn’t be Liverpool vs Chelsea if VAR didn’t rule out our goals.” Both sides are in desperate need of a win as they battle to try and get into the race for European football after a poor Premier League campaign so far.

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(VIDEO) Goal!! Watch: Dewsbury-Hall gives Leicester an early lead against Liverpool

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(VIDEO) Goal!! Watch: Dewsbury-Hall gives Leicester an early lead against Liverpool

Dewsbury-Hall opens the scoring by bursting through the Reds defence.

He breaks clear and finishes past Alisson.

The visitors take an early advantage through Dewsbury-Hall!

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(VIDEO) Watch: Fabio Carvalho’s sublime finish to level the game for Liverpool against Man City

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(VIDEO) Watch: Fabio Carvalho’s sublime finish to level the game for Liverpool against Man City

Liverpool level with their first real move of the night. Great work from Matip and then Milner and then Carvalho rolls it home.

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That’s much more like it from the Reds. All even now

Watch: Fabio Carvalho’s sublime finish to level the game for Liverpool against Man City

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(VIDEO) Watch: Liverpool transfer target scores a stunning diving header goal for Croatia

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Liverpool transfer target Josko Gvardiol has scored the opener with a diving header for Croatia in the third-place match against Morocco at the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup.

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It’s been on the cards and the opening goal is wonderfully worked by Croatia, with Ivan Perisic glancing a free-kick back towards the centre of goal and Gvardiol dispatches a fine diving header.

According to transfer reporter Rudy Galetti, Liverpool have shown ‘the greatest interest’ in landing Gvardiol

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(VIDEO) Watch: Liverpool 4-1 AC Milan Goals and Extended Match Highlight

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(VIDEO) Watch: Liverpool 4-1 AC Milan Goals and Extended Match Highlights: Nunez Grabs A Brace, Clark & Doak Impress

Liverpool’s final friendly game before the World Cup’s finale saw them defeat AC Milan 4-1 in the Dubai Super Cup.

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Although they lost 3-1 to Olympique Lyonnais on Sunday, Jurgen Klopp’s team looked lot more like themselves when they defeated the Rossoneri.

The German picked a strong starting XI again showing his intent to get as many of his first team as ready as possible for next week’s Carabao Cup clash with rivals Manchester City.

Joel Matip brilliantly nudged the ball to Mohamed Salah in the fifth minute, who calmly finished it off to give the Reds the lead.

Before the half-hour mark, Alexis Saelemaekers equalised by cutting inside from the right and curling a shot into the bottom corner beyond Caoimhin Kelleher.

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However,Thiago Alcantara’s unstoppable shot into the far corner from 20 yards allowed Liverpool to regain the lead after just 12 minutes.

The Merseysiders kept up the pressure after the break despite several personnel changes, and substitute Darwin Nunez scored twice to make it 4-1 with goals assisted by the outstanding Bobby Clark and Ben Doak, who also struck the post.

The post-match penalty shootout took place with Liverpool going down 4-3 on spot kicks with Kostas Tsimikas and Naby Keita unable to convert their efforts

The Reds will now look forward to the return of domestic football with the little matter of a trip to the Etihad on Thursday.

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