Summer marking Darwin Nunez scored as Liverpool beat Premier League champions Manchester City 3-1 to guarantee the FA Community Shield at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.

The Uruguayan, purchased from Benfica for an underlying expense of €75 million, made himself a moment fan #1 in the wake

of covering an energetic appearance off the seat with a stoppage time objective to get the main prize of the time.

Notwithstanding being without Nunez in the primary half, it was Liverpool who rushed to hit with Trent Alexander-Arnold opening the scoring in the 21st moment. 

His first-time strike took a slight redirection off the head of Nathan Ake and settled in off the post.

City's Erling Haaland began his second game since getting paperwork done for Pep Guardiola's group and scorned two opportunities to draw level right away before half-time.

Jurgen Klopp presented new man Nunez from the seat an hour in and Liverpool kept on looking perilous going ahead, with City frantic for an adjuster.

And keeping in mind that everyone was focused on Haaland, it was another late spring marking - - Julian Alvarez - - who attracted the game level the 70th moment.

The Argentina forward crushed a shot past Adrian after a goalmouth scramble which saw Phil Foden win the ball from the Spanish goalkeeper.

Alvarez's objective was at first precluded as his unique disagreement behind was considered offside, however an extensive VAR check finished with Craig Pawson upsetting the choice.