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Loris Karius is STILL being mocked for his dismal Champions League final performance from last season.
The latest offenders; Paris Saint-Germain's first-team.
Thomas Menuier went between the sticks during a training session, and fumbled the ball into the back of his own net which prompted cries of 'Karius' from his teammates.
Naturally, PSG's cruel taunt didn't go down well on social media with Liverpool fans not happy. Here's some reaction from Twitter:
They can't even make ucl semis.
- Jetmir Ramaj (@JetmirRamaj3) August 28, 2018
Its very rude. Example of unprofessionalism
- Shubham. (@JontyLFC_) August 28, 2018
:thumbsdown::no_mouth: so unprofessional and rude
- Valeria :performing_arts: (@vale_ria_) August 28, 2018
So rude :unamused:
- Nevin Hassan (@Nivo_14) August 28, 2018
Who does this tinpot club think they are?
- Sadio (@ManLikeSadio) August 28, 2018
Anyway, Karius has secured a move away from Anfield. He's penned a two-year loan deal at Turkish outfit Besiktas.
Proud to be part of the famous @besiktas family now. Your welcome at the airport yesterday was simply overwhelming! I will give it my all to win with Beşiktaş.
A big Thank You goes out to all of the Liverpool fans for the support until now - you indeed never let me walk alone. pic.twitter.com/Pw1eqrhFuv
- Loris Karius (@LorisKarius) August 26, 2018
His position in the team was under threat following his nightmare outing in Kiev, Ukraine, against Real Madrid, last season.
And Jurgen Klopp didn't mess about during the summer window by snapping up AS Roma's Alisson Becker for a then-record transfer fee for a goalkeeper.
Liverpool prized him away from Rome by tabling a £66 million offer. He's kept three clean sheets from three Premier League games since making his competitive debut against West Ham United.
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