Liverpool loanee Karius criticised by Besiktas manager

Loris Karius Liverpool Besiktas

The team is now placed third in the Turkish league, behind Ishtanbul Basaksehir and Galatasaray.

The goalkeeper, who made two high-profile errors during Liverpool's Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid last May, joined the Super Lig club on a two-year loan in August after Jurgen Klopp's side signed Alisson from Roma.

Besiktas did not comment on the situation when approached by ESPN.

Omar Ali Sahiner fired a shot to Karius' right, and what should have been a routine save, instead bounced off his hands and sailed over his head, into the net.

The 25-year-old was then heckled and jeered by his own fans for the remainder of the game, but there was little he could have done about the second goal when Moryke Fofana exploited the Besiktas defence and chipped the ball over Karius in the 75th minute.

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Karius has made 26 appearances for Besiktas since leaving Anfield at the start of this season, but has endured a hard spell in Turkish football, registering only five clean sheets in 21 league games.

Karius has not had an easy time of it since making the switch to Vodafone Park, however, having been criticised by manager Senol Gunes last week for his recent performance. It has been like that since the beginning.

Gunes admits that he would drop the under-fire German if 35-year-old deputy Tolga Zengin was available for selection. "He does not really feel a part of the team".

"Something is wrong, he has also been unlucky, it is talented but it hasn't worked out and we have a problem".

Besiktas will play 16th-placed Goztepe in their next game on Saturday.

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