Jamie Carragher accuses Liverpool player of committing ‘unforgivable offence’ in Everton defeat.

The Reds’ title hopes took a significant blow as they suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of their fierce rivals at Goodison Park. Jarrad Branthwaite opened the scoring for Everton in the 27th minute, capitalizing on defensive errors by Liverpool to slot the ball past Alisson.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin sealed the victory for Everton with a well-placed effort, leaving Liverpool with a sense of missed opportunities. Following the match, former player Jamie Carragher addressed concerns about Darwin Nunez’s performance and his future at Liverpool.

Carragher emphasized the need for consistent goal-scoring in crucial games and questioned whether Nunez’s two-year tenure at the club had shown enough improvement to contribute to the team’s success in challenging competitions. Carragher expressed doubts about Nunez’s potential for significant progress and suggested that the club may need to make a decision regarding his future in the upcoming summer transfer window.

He pointed out Nunez’s tendency to cause trouble for opponents but highlighted concerns about his finishing and its potential impact on the team’s ability to compete for major trophies.

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