Former Liverpool goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi produced a Champions League howler for RB Leipzig against Shakhtar Donetsk.
The 32-year-old Stopper spent six years at Anfield but never played for the Reds.
He enjoyed loan spells at Hereford United, Tranmere Rovers and Hull City before joining Austrian club Red Bull Salzburg in June 2013.
Gulacsi soon became their No. 1, winning the national title twice before Leipzig brought him to Germany two years later.
He now plays regularly for the Bundesliga side and helped them win the DFB Cup last season.
Now he and his team-mates are gearing up for a Champions League shot after finishing fourth last season.
However, he may have been watching Bayern Munich’s Manuel Neuer a little too much after suffering a nightmare in tonight’s group-opener in Leipzig.
He received a back pass around 35 yards from his goal after an attack collapsed.
The Hungarian had many acres around him but he held on to the ball for far too long as he allowed Marian Shved to close it.
Gulasci panicked and tried to pass the ball to the right, but he kicked straight at the Donetsk attacker, who duly picked up the ball and rolled further into the empty goal.
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Reckless fans immediately took to Twitter to mock the stopper, writing: “I know Europe is helping Ukraine but…”
Another wrote: “Comedy Gold!”
Another fan tweeted: “This is a new level of failure. What the hell?”
Leipzig equalized shortly after half-time through Mohamed Simakan.
But Shved immediately put Shakhtar back in front.
And things got even better for the visitors from Ukraine as Mykhaylo Mudryk scored a third before Lassina Traore struck a fourth.
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