Watch: Liverpool Loanee Loris Karius Makes Concedes Calamitous Goal In Europa League For Besiktas

Loris Karius got off to a great start on loan at Besiktas, conceding just four goals in his first five games and keeping one clean sheet.

The Liverpool keeper started his first European competition game since the Champions League defeat to Real Madrid over the summer a fortnight ago.

The Black Eagles beat Sarpsborg 3-1 at the Vodafone Park Stadium on Match Day 1.

The 25-year-old started his first away European match tonight away to Malmo but things did not exactly go to plan.

The German keeper conceded a calamitous goal from what looked like a cross.

The reply showed that Vindheim’s ball took a cruel deflection off Besiktas full-back Caner Erkin on it’s way in.

Was Karius to blame?

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