The peasant scored a brace and helped break a record. Even so, he is the victim of harsh saber blows.

The peasant scored a brace and helped break a record. Even so, he is the victim of harsh saber blows.

Luis Díaz and Liverpool achieved their first victory of the season at Anfield against Bournemouth (9-0) this Saturday , equaling the record for the greatest victory in the Premier League era.

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And although Luis Díaz was a fundamental part of the feat, scoring the first and last goal of the match, this Tuesday dawned with harsh criticism of his figure.
< br>In fact, they speak to him with a somewhat severe tone compared to how he is usually treated by the press.

“Luis Díaz needs to be more like Sadio Mané”, reads the prestigious British chain 'BBC'.

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'Díaz was guilty…'

The peasant scored a double and helped break a record. Even so, he is the victim of hard saber blows.

“Luis Díaz needs to get into the penalty area regularly and we will see many more goals and assists from Liverpool's Colombian midfielder. the first three games of the season, Díaz was guilty of spending too much time on the left wing and playing backwards, instead of dribbling towards the opposite goal”, reads an opinion column published in the 'BBC' and signed by Jordan Chamberlain, editor of the Liverpool fan portal 'Empire of the Kopp'

” In fact, he and Mo Salah were miles apart and couldn't connect, but over the weekend, they both cut inside and looked to attack the area between full-back and centre-back,” Chamberlain adds in his text.

About the game against Bournemouth, the comments seem to be more friendly. Even so, the weight of Sadio Mané's departure seems to weigh on 'Lucho''s shoulders.

Luis Díaz needs to be more like Sadio Mané, who started out wide but always finished In the area. This will help him replace the Senegalese superstar's goal comeback. Diaz has three goals in four appearances so far, which is a nice comeback anyway, but he can produce even more if he attacks the box like he did on Saturday,” the column concludes.

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