Peter Gulacsi has never had much luck when Liverpool are involved.
He never made a competitive appearance for them despite being on their books for five years.
And when playing against them in a tense Champions League encounter for RB Leipzig, he tested his pain threshold and then some.
The goalkeeper crashed into the net at Budapest’s Puskas Arena as he scrambled back to save a lovely chipped effort from Andy Robertson.
It came after he failed to clear a long ball effectively, but fortunately for the Hungarian, it didn’t lead to a goal for Liverpool.
But he picked up a painful looking knock for his troubles as he went straight into the net, needing a couple of minutes recovery before deciding he could carry on.
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