Liverpool legend Lawrenson upset seeing players ignore Karius


A stoic and loyal Chelsea fan, perhaps Jeremy took a little pleasure in seeing Liverpool lose, but he cheered up some glum spirits with a post to Instagram on Sunday morning.

Two embarrassing mistakes from the German led to Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale's goals for Real Madrid, who ran out 3-1 winners in Kiev.

Karim Benzema scored a freaky opener early in the second half when he intercepted Karius' attempt to throw the ball to Dejan Lovren, diverting it into the empty Liverpool goal. Everyone makes mistakes but to accept it the way he did takes courage.

"What can I say?" I know that I messed up with the two mistakes and let you all down.

But the 28-year-old said after the match he will consider his options this summer because of a lack of playing time under coach Zinedine Zidane.

"I actually feel sorry for him, I really do", Murphy told Jim White on talkSPORT.

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Scholes said: "I can understand Karius, I suppose, he's devastated at what's happened but injuries are part of the game".

Klopp must decide if his young goalkeeper can be successfully rehabilitated and win back the trust of his team-mates; otherwise he will have no choice but to compromise and reassess the expensive alternatives to Alisson (right). "It's really hard to get rid of the bad thoughts you have in your mind in a game like this". It was a goal that effectively relegated us and Dorus was in floods of tears after the game in the dressing room.

It was some ride but the cup is heading back to Madrid for a 13th time.

Sadio Mane, Liverpool's best player on the night, equalised for the English team in the 55th minute, reacting quickest in the six-yard box to poke home a prodded ball off a james Milner corner.

'It's tough to be in that situation, but when you have a team like Liverpool with so much history and integrity and the strength of their fans in Merseyside, they have the power to bounce back'.