Nunez secured Liverpool’s victory in the meeting with West Ham United (1:0). The Uruguayan additionally broke the Premier League running speed record.
- Nunez is slowly adapting at Anfield
- The striker scored the only goal in yesterday’s match
- The Uruguayan additionally achieved the fastest sprint in Premier League history
Darwin Nunez the fastest in the Premier League
Liverpool won by a score of 1:0 against West Ham United in Wednesday’s meeting in the 12th round of the Premier League. The only goal in the match was scored by Darwin Nunez. According to Portuguese daily A Bola, the Uruguayan broke the Premier League record for running speed that evening.
The former Benfica Lisbon footballer was expected to reach a speed of 38 km/h, thus breaking the previous record held by Kyle Walker (37.8 km/h) from June 2020. In third place in this classification is Antonio Ruediger (currently of Real Madrid and formerly of Chelsea), who boasts a running speed of 36.7 km/h.
Darwin Nunez is slowly adapting in “The Reds” team. The beginning of the 13-time Uruguayan representative at Anfield wasn’t the best, but it’s clear that as time passes, the 23-year-old sniper is getting more and more confident in Liverpool, which brought him in for as much as €75 million.
Darwin Nunez has scored 5 goals and scored 1 assist in 12 games of the ongoing competition. The Transfermarkt portal values the Uruguayan at €70 million.