Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius writes emotional apology to fans 1 year ago

Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius writes emotional apology to fans

You've got to feel bad for the guy...

Regardless of which side you support, it's hard not to feel for the Liverpool keeper after his two catastrophic mistakes gifted Real Madrid their first and third goals in Kiev.

After gathering an innocuous ball over the top, the Liverpool keeper tried to roll the ball out to his defenders but Karim Benzema intervened to score the easiest goal of his career.

It was absolutely shocking and Karius' night didn't get any better, because then THIS happened...

Yikes.

It was enough to prompt a knife-twist from Gary Neville, who tweeted:

"They thought they’d conquered Europe, Celebrating six, Thank You Gareth Bale,  Made them look like D@@@@, The Twenty Sixth of May , Always in our heart , United won the Treble, The Scousers fell apart , Allez Allez Allez."

Ouch.

Karius has clearly had a rough night, and he eventually took to Twitter on Sunday (May 27) afternoon to write a note of apology to the Liverpool fans:

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the responses have been... lets say, less than kind.

Maybe in time fans will come to forgive him, but we imagine it will be a long time before this match is forgotten.