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Photo: Liverpool striker Darwin Nunez shares heartwarming moment with baby son

Liverpool signing Darwin Nunez might be deadly and precocious on the field but is also adorable and devoted off the field.

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The 23-year-old forward, who joined the Reds this summer, has begun life in the English top-flight on a prolific note, scoring in all his first two competitive games this season.

 

But in as much, as he gets the business done on the pitch, the Uruguayan attacking sensation does the same, if not better, off-the-field with his amazing dad instincts.

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The former Benfica marksman and his other half, Lorena Manas, welcomed their son, also called Darwin, in January, whom he shares a great bond with.

 

The couple’s son was born in Almeria, with Nunez sharing the news on social media, confirming mother and baby were healthy in the heartwarming snaps.

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Nunez has made it a point to share his inseparable moments with his son with his thousands of social media followers with his most recent post, warming hearts about his fatherly love.

 

In a photo posted on Twitter, seen by Sports Brief, Darwin, who was among the goals as Liverpool shared the spoils with Fulham shared close-knit moments, where the striker fed his son.

 

Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Father’s Day might have elapsed but Liverpool forward Darwin Nunez is still expressing his fatherly love to his son.

 

The former Benfica marksman finished the Portuguese season as the top scorer with an eye-catching 26 goals in 28 games and managed to impressively bag six goals in 10 Champions League games.

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Nunez was presented with his top scorer award, known as Bola de Prata after he switched the Portuguese top-flight for the English Premier League.

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