Leicester defender Wout Faes scored an astonishing two own goals in seven minutes against Liverpool on Friday night.
The Foxes took an early lead at Anfield as Keenan Dewsbury Hall broke Jürgen Klopp’s backline to slot home.
But then the away team’s Belgian centre-back Faes had a harrowing moment.
A cross between Trent Alexander and Arnold looked relatively comfortable as the defenders made it in time to clear.
However, when he attempted to hack the ball away from danger, he inadvertently scooped the ball over his own head, causing goalkeeper Danny Ward to loop into the corner.
It was an amazing own goal…but that wasn’t the end of Faes’ embarrassment.
On the stroke of half-time, he found himself securing a rare and undesirable tag, an ‘own goal brace’.
Liverpool forward Darwin Nunez broke through and sank the ball over Ward only to see it come back off the post.
However, the Uruguayan rode away celebrating even after the incoming Faez could only divert the rebound into his own net.
And football fans brutally compared the former Lance player to another famously insane defender, former Chelsea and Arsenal’s David Luiz.
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The pair both have long, shaggy curly hair and have been compared to their unpredictable defensive styles.
“The only reason Liverpool won is because this guy Fayz is doing his best to impress David Luiz,” one person said on social media.
Another added, “Phase has a strong David Luiz energy.”
A third respondent replied:
And the fourth said, “Wout Faes just hits the top bin with a knuckleball free-kick and is a true second coming of David Luiz.”
Faes has been impressing since arriving at the King Power Stadium from Reims in the summer for £15million.
But his first trip to Anfield will be unforgettable as he becomes just the fourth player in Premier League history to score two own goals in one game.
The other three are Jamie Carragher, Michael Proctor and Jonathan Walters.
Liverpool fans enjoyed Faez in the second half, yelling “Shoot” when Fayz had the ball.