Mia Khalifa Has A Message For Both Loris Karius And Sergio Ramos
Mia Khalifa has sent another flirty message to Loris Karius, telling him 'mistakes are human nature' while calling out Sergio Ramos.
The Liverpool keeper has had a pretty awful few days after many fans, and pundits heaped the blame on him for Liverpool's Champion League final loss to Real Madrid following a couple of horrendous blunders between the sticks.
He's even giving himself a hard time, posting on his social media to apologise to fans saying he 'hardly slept' adding that he wishes he could 'turn back time'.
Haven't really slept until now... the scenes are still running through my head again and again... I'm infinitely sorry to my teammates, for you fans, and for all the staff. I know that I messed it up with the two mistakes and let you all down... pic.twitter.com/w9GixPiQDC
- Loris Karius (@LorisKarius) May 27, 2018
But it appears not everyone is p*ssed off with him, former PornHub favourite Mia seems to have taken quite a shine to him.
Since the 24-year-old posted his apology to fans, she has taken to her own Instagram to share a post dedicated to the keeper.
Sharing a photo of Karius beaming during a game, she wrote: "Keep smiling. Mistakes are human nature #FuckYouRamos @lorisk21"
This isn't the first time she's hinted at a little crush on Karius, either.
Karius' "Eyes on the prize..." post was the subject to a few interesting replies.
Mia khalifa and balotelli commenting on karius's Instagram pic.twitter.com/qNq1GoPIuM
- Barnacle Bobby (@barnacle_bobby) May 27, 2018
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Post-match in Kiev, Ukraine, the German gave a heartbreaking interview:
"I don't feel anything right now. Today I lost my team the game," he told talkSPORT.
"I feel sorry for everyone. I'm sorry for everyone, for the team, for the whole club. The mistakes cost us dearly.
"If I could go back in time I would. I just feel sorry for my team. I know I let them down today.
"It is very hard right now, but that is the life of a goalkeeper. You have got to get your head up again.
"For now, I'm just really sorry for everyone that those goals cost us the title basically."
He then described his second mistake, claiming the ball moved around a lot in the air before eventually reaching him.
"It moved around a lot. I tried to catch it, maybe I should have done it safer and just put it out of play instead of trying to catch it.
"I judged it wrong and it went in."
Does he still have a future at Anfield?
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