One thing Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will never forget is his failure to win the UEFA Champions League last season despite the fact that it was caused by the goalkeeper Loris Kairus in the finals.
The dreams of the Reds fans and players were killed by Loris Kairus who made costly mistakes that led to the 3-1 defeat against Spanish side Real Madrid.
BBC sport report David Ornstein states that the German manager will never forget the defeat in his entire life as it was his only opportunity to make history for himself, the players and the club.
The BBC reporter, therefore, blamed the former Borussia Dortmund boss for refusing to buy a world-class goalkeeper last season, noting that he had to pay for it as the player made a lot of blunders.
He stressed that the difference can now be spotted with the coming of the Brazilian international Alisson Becker who has made some extraordinary saves to help ensure wins for the team, especially with the presence of Virgil Van Dijk in the team.
However, Loris Kairus is now on loan at the Turkish outfit Besiktas and there are no hopes he would be allowed to return to the Anfield because he might have been forgiven but he cannot be forgotten.