The Reds’ performance against Brighton at Anfield resulted in another dismal stalemate, 3-3. After falling behind 2–0, the home team battled back to take the lead, only for Leandro Trossard to score three goals in the thrilling six-goal game.
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After seven games, Liverpool has a 10-point lead, and Wenger believes that their troubles can be attributed in large part to Nunez’s erratic start and their refusal to replace Mane this summer.
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“It’s difficult to understand,” he told beIN Sports. “They have the same core (group of players), same type of game.
“They are less efficient in winning the ball back than before. Nunez, at the moment, hasn’t worked out for them and they made a big investment. He‘s sitting on the bench.
“It’s difficult to measure how much (his departure) takes away. They miss something they had before.”