Wout Faes has ‘absolute nightmare’ with TWO own goals against Liverpool and even Jurgen Klopp has sympathy for Leicester defender

Leicester defender Wout Faes had a night to forget at Anfield as he scored TWO own goals to gift Liverpool a 2-1 win. Things had started so well for the visitors when Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall gave them a surprise lead early on but a nightmare seven- minute spell for Faes turned the match on its head. It all started off so well for Leicester at AnfieldGettyBut Faes had a horrible end to the first halfAFPLiverpool were level on 38 minutes as Faes failed to deal with a wayward cross from the right and his attempted clearance looped over Leicester goalkeeper Danny Ward and in-off the post. “Wout Faes, what are you doing?” Micky Gray said on commentary for talkSPORT. “I hope we can find out at the end of this game that Danny Ward has said ‘Keeper’s’ and tried to let get that ball to fall through to him because there’s no need for him to try and make that clearance. “A ridiculous equalising goal from no threat whatsoever. It was a poor cross into the box and what a stroke of lu

Wout Faes has ‘absolute nightmare’ with TWO own goals against Liverpool and even Jurgen Klopp has sympathy for Leicester defender

Leicester defender Wout Faes had a night to forget at Anfield as he scored TWO own goals to gift Liverpool a 2-1 win.

Things had started so well for the visitors when Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall gave them a surprise lead early on but a nightmare seven- minute spell for Faes turned the match on its head.

It all started off so well for Leicester at Anfield
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But Faes had a horrible end to the first half
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Liverpool were level on 38 minutes as Faes failed to deal with a wayward cross from the right and his attempted clearance looped over Leicester goalkeeper Danny Ward and in-off the post.

“Wout Faes, what are you doing?” Micky Gray said on commentary for talkSPORT.

“I hope we can find out at the end of this game that Danny Ward has said ‘Keeper’s’ and tried to let get that ball to fall through to him because there’s no need for him to try and make that clearance.

“A ridiculous equalising goal from no threat whatsoever. It was a poor cross into the box and what a stroke of luck for Liverpool.”