Watch ex-Liverpool goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi howl in terror trying to channel inner Neuer into the Champions League match

Former Liverpool goalkeeper Peter Golassi produced a Champions League attack for RB Leipzig against Shakhtar Donetsk.

The 32-year-old spent six years at Anfield but failed to make an appearance for the Reds.

Peter Gulacsi produced a Champions League howl for Leipzig against Shakhtar

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Peter Gulacsi produced a Champions League howl for Leipzig against Shakhtarcredit: Getty

He enjoyed loan spells at Hereford United, Tranmere Rovers and Hull City before leaving for Austrian side Red Bull Salzburg in June 2013.

Gulacsi quickly became No. 1 and won the domestic title twice before Leipzig pounced on Germany two years later.

He is now a regular champion of the Bundesliga club and helped them lift the German Football League trophy last season.

Now he and his teammates are preparing for a chance in the Champions League after finishing fourth last season.

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However, Bayern Munich’s Manuel Neuer may have been watching a lot after he suffered a nightmare in tonight’s opening group match.

He got a pass back about 35 yards from his goal after an attack collapsed.

The Hungarian was surrounded by acres, but he held onto the ball too long as he allowed Marian Schweed to close in.

Gulasci panicked and tried to pass the ball to his right, but he kicked it directly to the Donetsk striker, who duly collected the ball and proceeded to roll it into the empty net.

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Ruthless fans immediately took to Twitter to mock the stopper, with one writing: “I know Europe is helping Ukraine out but…”

Another wrote: “Comedy Gold!”

A friend tweeted: “This is a new level of failure. What the hell?”

Leipzig managed to equalize shortly after the end of the first half through Mehmet Simakan.

But Shved immediately gave Shakhtar the lead again.

Things improved for the visitors from Ukraine when Mikhailo Modric added the third goal before Lasina Traore scored the fourth.



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