- Alisson saved his most memorable Head Association punishment for Liverpool since September 2020 against Chelsea.
- Darwin Nunez scored his most memorable Anfield objective for Liverpool, and Alisson saved a punishment as the Reds crushed West Ham in an occurrence pressed experience.
Nunez had proactively gone close with a grating endeavor when he rose to meet Kostas Tsimikas’ cross and plant a descending header past the range of Lukasz Fabianski.
The bustling Nunez was given an opportunity to twofold the lead minutes after the fact; however, this time, Fabianski had the option to save before the Mallets were granted a punishment after Joe Gomez’s foul on Jarrod Bowen.
Bowen got himself to take it, yet Alisson delivered a fine plunging save before the Kop to guarantee Liverpool supported their superb win over Manchester City on Sunday with another three places.
Nunez is beginning to settle
Liverpool fans turned up at Anfield contemplating whether the group could follow up the success over Manchester City on Sunday.
The Reds have been eccentric this season, yet they made three straight wins in all rivalries as Nunez did something worth remembering.
It has not been a simple beginning to live for the Uruguay striker who showed up to flourish from Benfica for an underlying £64m in the mid-year.
Against West Ham, Nunez offered additional proof he is beginning to track down his mood and certainty.