Jurgen Klopp Confirms Grim Update on Curtis Jones, Darwin Nunez, And Diogo Jota Injury Disaster

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Liverpool are set to sweat with a grinding injury crisis with the triple of Diogo Jota, Darwin, Nunez, and Curtis Jones added to the piling injury list, MySportDab reports.

The Reds lost the trio to injuries in the Premier League clash against Brentford this afternoon.

A spectacular Premier League outing saw the Reds demolished Thomas Frank’s Brentford with a big 4-1 victory.

Goals from Darwin Nunez, Mac Allister, Mohamed Salah, and Cody Gakpo sealed another big win for the Reds.

But the victory came with a heavy blow with Nunez, Jota, and Jones subbed off in the game due to apparent knee and hamstring issues.

It was a rare moment for the Reds, losing all three key players in the same match – a development which could have a huge bearing on their chase for the Premier League.

Addressing the triple injury blow, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp confirmed a grim and bleak update on the triple injury blow.

Klopp said it is not looking good for the players but they are hoping for the best as they await further test and diagnosis by the club’s medical officers.

“It doesn’t look good in the first moment, but we have to wait… sometimes you get a positive surprise when you get the diagnosis”.

“Darwin Nuñez, we are not sure if he has something or not. He felt something. We will see.”

MySportDab understands Liverpool are still grappling with a piling injury list featuring the likes of Szosboszlai, Thiago Alcantara, Allisson Becker, and Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Despite the triple injury blow, Liverpool will be hoping to continue on their title-chasing campaign this season. They are five points clear of the Premier League following the win over Brentford but would be pegged back to two points if Arsenal see off Burnley in the ongoing fixture.

Next on the lineup for Liverpool is EFL Cup final clash against Chelsea on Sunday, February 25. The injured trio in the Brentford game are more likely to miss the match but the Reds’ talisman Mohamed Salah is back from the sidelines and will be hoping to spur the Merseyside club to victory at Wembley.

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