Minutes before playing against Ajax, the peasant received additional motivation, a good distinction.

Minutes before playing against Ajax, the peasant received additional motivation, a good distinction.

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The peasant from Liverpool received this Tuesday, minutes before the duel between his club and Ajax for the Champions League, the distinction of having scored the best goal of the month of August in the Premier League, according to the English tournament.

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The great goal of 'Lucho'

Within minutes of playing against Ajax, the peasant received additional motivation, a good distinction.

The peasant has scored three goals in the Premier League and, in the Champions League, he scored the both of the discount in the resounding thrashing that Liverpool received from Napoli (4-1).

The one against Crystal Palace, the first of his season, the one with the highest distinction in the month of August, in the Premier League.

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Díaz's goal received more votes than those of Fabian Schar (Newcastle vs. Nottingham Forest), Gabriel Jesús ( Arsenal vs. Leicester), Bryan Mbeumo (Brentford vs. Manchester United), Kalidou Koulibaly (Chelsea vs. Tottenham), William Saliba (Bournemouth vs. Arsenal), Kieran Trippier (Newcastle vs. Manchester City) and Allan Saint-Maximin (Wolverhampton vs. Newcastle).

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