'moment of madness' on Liverpool home debut was red mist, says Gary Neville

Luis Diaz salvaged a 1-1 draw for Liverpool against Crystal Palace at Anfield despite Nunez having been sensationally sent off for a headbutt on his full debut.Neville said Nunez could have no complaints about the red card but sympathised with the Uruguay striker for "his moment of madness" having been in that situation himself as a player when he completely lost his head.He said: "It's a moment of madness. It's a proper butt, Andersen will feel that. "We don't know why he's done it. I've done two or three things like this in my career. We don't know why we react. We have no idea. We go off and think 'what did I just do' - honestly. I kicked a ball at a fan at Everton and did a similar thing in a game against Steve McManaman. It's that red mist. It comes over you. "When you get sent off like that it's the loneliest place in the world. You might have a kit man with you but it's horrible. You are in that dressing room and your team-mates are out on the pitch. You've left them down and you feel so bad. You don't need to say too much to a player that has been sent off as it's awful anyway and they take responsibility. I'm sure he'd have gone around the dressing room to apologise. The rest of the lads in that dressing room will pick him up as it's a good dressing room."