Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius flapped at a cross during Besiktas’ Europa League group stage tie against Malmo, which has gifted them the upper hand.
The German shot-stopper is currently on loan with the Turkish outfit after being replaced by Alisson this summer as the Reds number one.
The 25-year-old gained notoriety for his horrific display in the Champions League final against Real Madrid back in May and he has been in a similarly unreliable mood on Thursday night for Besiktas.
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Karius allowed a deflected Andreas Vindheim cross to get past him on the right-hand side, despite having plenty of time to see the flight of the ball and sticking out a hand to stop it, which saw Malmo take a 1-0 lead in Sweden.
Check out the keeper’s nightmare moment below via Twitter:
Oh Karius ? pic.twitter.com/EW0uUDQiAA
— Turkish Football (@Turkish_Futbol1) October 4, 2018
Bu Karius Mal Mö ? pic.twitter.com/Cc96TN7mGV
— ULU JOHAN (@atavratjohan) October 4, 2018
¡Karius lo hace de nuevo! Vaya suerte que se carga el alemán ?????
— Irving Daniel Morales (@MrDeporteNews) October 4, 2018