Andy Cole was compared to Nunez: I have five Premier League goals and 187Premier League goals

Recently, some fans compared former Manchester United striker Andy Cole with Liverpool striker Nunez, and Andy Cole himself fought back, according to the Manchester Evening News. Earlier, Nunez did not perform well in the Carling Cup match against Manchester City on Thursday.
Nunez squandered several obvious scoring opportunities and Klop’s team was eliminated by Guardiola’s Manchester City. After the game, some Liverpool supporters compared the Uruguayan to former Manchester United player Andy Cole.
After seeing this, 51-year-old Andy Cole himself defended himself on his personal social media, saying: “Cole.” Nunez. I don’t know where this nonsense started. But it’s Christmas. It’s holiday time. I retired happily because I had five Premiership champions, two FA Cups, one Carling Cup, one Champions League, one Golden Shoe and one Young player of the year. ”
Andy Cole continued: “there are 187 goals in the Premier League, of which there is only one penalty.” You created life. ”
One netizen who compared Nunez to Cole explained that his original social media (now deleted) was actually to support the Liverpool striker rather than criticize Cole’s career. However, Cole knows nothing about it.
He replied, “Sorry, my wording is a little inappropriate, or it is incorrect.” But people need to stop disrespecting me because I don’t play anymore. I am just a quiet person, living an ordinary life, but people always think that they can disrespect me. Take a look at the data listed above. You can compare anyone’s data with these data. ”
Manchester United signed Andy Cole from Newcastle in 1995 and then sold him to Blackburn in 2001. After playing for Blackburn, Cole played for Manchester City, Fulham, Birmingham, Portsmouth, Sunderland and Burnley. Eventually, he retired in Nottingham Forest in 2008.