Published: Mon, May 28, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Death Threats to Liverpool Goalkeeper Loris Karius After Champion's League Final Blunder

Death Threats to Liverpool Goalkeeper Loris Karius After Champion's League Final Blunder

Liverpool will reportedly redouble their efforts to find a new goalkeeper following Loris Karius' disastrous errors in the UEFA Champions League final, with Atletico Madrid star Jan Oblak and AS Roma's Alisson among their targets.

Liverpool went down 3-1 to Real Madrid, with the Spanish side getting their opener in weird style as Karim Benzema blocked Karius' attempted throw out into the net.

It was a crushing night for the 24-year-old but he showed great courage by apologising to the fans.

European football expert and broadcaster Mina Rzouki is on hand to analyse the final too, and whether or not we are still under-rating Real Madrid despite their third consecutive victory in the final. Although he received treatment and was reintroduced to the game, he was eventually taken off for the fit-agan Adam Lallana as his tears flowed freely.

Real have become the first team since Bayern Munich in 1976 to win Europe's elite club trophy three years in a row.

"It's complicated but everyone looks at their own situation, I get it", Zidane said. The German let in two goals through massive mistakes against Real Madrid that cost the Reds the game. That's why it was disappointing that the first players up to console him at full time were Madrid players.

"I just can't see him playing [for Liverpool] again".

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"Indeed, we met with representatives of two English clubs, but I would not like to advertise their names yet", Rafailov admitted.

"I actually feel sorry for him, I really do", said Murphy.

It's very hard right now but that's the life of a goalkeeper.

But then came Bale, leaping to produce a jaw-dropping left-foot overhead volley from Marcelo's cross before trying his luck with a speculative long-range shot that defied Karius's ham-fisted attempt to keep it out and put the result beyond doubt.

He wrote: "Stay strong Loris, you are a good goalkeeper".

"I need to be playing week-in, week-out and that hasn't happened this season for one reason or another", Bale told BT Sport.

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