Premier League Hits and Misses: Alejandro Garnacho shines for Man Utd, while Darwin Nunez discovers his goal-scoring touch for Liverpool

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Alejandro Garnacho’s pointed message about Man Utd’s strikers cuts through the joyous post-match interview he gave after inspiring a comeback for his side. United’s forwards had only scored four goals from open play in the league before Tuesday’s turnaround. Garnacho’s hard work and persistence helped lift his team to victory against Aston Villa, breaking United’s goal drought of more than 420 minutes. Garnacho, who scored two goals in the match, described it as one of the best nights of his life.

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Darwin Nunez receives new shooting boots for Christmas and quickly shows off his skills by scoring a goal for Liverpool against Burnley. Jurgen Klopp will be hoping this kick-starts Nunez’s form, as he has been inconsistent recently. Liverpool’s overall performance has been strong, with just one defeat in their last 30 Premier League games. If Nunez can find his rhythm, Liverpool may have a strong chance in the title race.

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Nuno Espirito Santo’s tenure as Nottingham Forest boss gets off to an impressive start with a 3-1 win against Newcastle. The victory is attributed to Forest’s incisive counter-attacking and a masterclass in transition. The players, particularly Anthony Elanga, Morgan Gibbs-White, and Callum Hudson-Odoi, terrorize Newcastle’s defense. Chris Wood scores a hat-trick, showing the impact Nuno is having on the team. Gibbs-White, in particular, looks revitalized under Nuno’s guidance.

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Dominic Solanke continues his impressive form with a hat-trick against Nottingham Forest and another goal against Fulham. He now has 12 goals in the Premier League this season, second only to Erling Haaland. Solanke’s contributions are not only in his goal-scoring ability but also his hard work for the team. Bournemouth, under Andoni Iraola, has transformed into a high-pressing machine. Solanke’s complete striker abilities make him a potential candidate for the England squad.

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Sheffield United lets five points slip away in the last four days, remaining at the bottom of the Premier League table. Despite a late draw against Aston Villa, their own goals in the defeat to Luton have damaged their chances of survival. Chris Wilder publicly criticizes the team’s approach and attitude but hopes this will motivate them to improve defensively. Sheffield United needs to address their mistakes quickly to avoid relegation.

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Luton Town, known for their fighting spirit, is defying the odds in the Premier League. After a tough start to the season, they have found their groove and scored 10 goals in their last six games. Their recent victory against Sheffield United showcased their quality and determination. Luton Town is now within touching distance of teams higher up the table and is capable of giving any team a challenging game.

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