Fans fuming as Liverpool keeper Alisson avoids red card after 'turning into prime Karius' in blunder vs Bournemouth | The Sun

LIVERPOOL star Alisson endured a moment to forget against Bournemouth this afternoon.

The Brazilian has recently been linked with a move to the Saudi Pro League.

Nevertheless, he started between the sticks as Jurgen Klopp's men took on the Cherries at Anfield.

His afternoon started badly, having to pick the ball out of his net after just three minutes following Antoine Semenyo's strike.

It nearly got worse just five minutes later, when he got caught dawdling on the ball.

Alisson initially received it under little pressure in his own penalty area, before being closed down by Dominic Solanke.

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This led to a poor touch, which was pounced upon by Cherries winger Jaidon Anthony.

Alisson then took Anthony out, and was subsequently booked by the referee.

Fans were left aghast at the 30-year-old's mistake, with one comparing him to Loris Karius.

They wrote: "Alisson is playing like prime lord karius. Making silly mistakes."

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While a second joked: "Alisson's mind already in Saudi."

A third tweeted: "Alisson doing everything he can to land in Saudi."

Another added: "Alisson should be off."

Liverpool levelled via Luis Diaz's brilliant goal on 27 minutes.

They then received a penalty on 36 minutes, with Mo Salah's initial effort saved by Neto, before the Egyptian tucked home the rebound.

Alexis Mac Allister was red carded for a high challenge in the second half, but Diogo Jota extended the Reds' advantage to 3-1 just moments later.

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