“The Debrief” focuses on Darwin Nunez’s finishing at Liverpool and its potential impact on the team’s title race. Despite his importance to Jurgen Klopp’s side, Nunez has been struggling in front of goal. However, Liverpool remains unbeaten with him in the team, while their three defeats this season have come when he was not included. This raises questions about Nunez’s finishing ability and its significance for the team. Nunez has been a key player for Liverpool, causing problems for opposing teams with his versatility and attacking runs. The only obstacle to his success on the field seems to be himself. While Nunez has been a chaotic force in the opposition’s final third, his scoring record tells a different story. In his last 15 appearances, he has only scored one goal. Despite having the highest expected-goals total without scoring in the past three years of the Premier League, Nunez has struggled to convert his opportunities. He often shoots from close range but has missed several big chances, leading to the highest number of missed chances in the league this season. However, Klopp remains optimistic, emphasizing the importance of Nunez’s contributions to the team. Nunez’s shooting frequency, surpassing even Erling Haaland, usually indicates a player who will score goals. However, this correlation does not hold true for Nunez. Some argue that Nunez’s lack of clinical finishing may be due to overthinking, suggesting that he performs better when relying on instincts. Confidence and technique both play a role in finishing, as demonstrated by the performances of players like Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son. Liverpool fans may recall the transformation of Nunez’s compatriot Luis Suarez, who improved his finishing significantly during his time at Anfield. In a close title race, Nunez’s improved finishing could have a decisive impact.