Liverpool goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher needed to substitute his shirt at half-time due to a spelling mistake in Sunday’s 4-Zero win over Wolves.
The 22-year-old adopted up his midweek clear sheet in opposition to Ajax within the Champions League with one other shutout within the thrashing of Wolves.
However eagle-eyed viewers seen the identify on the again of his shirt was spelt incorrectly within the first-half.
The identify on the shirt learn ‘Kellher’, which clearly missed an ‘e’ earlier than the ‘h’ letter.
The error was addressed at half-time and Kelleher appeared with the proper spelling of his identify for the second-half.
Kelleher stored the match goalless when he beautifully tipped Daniel Podence’s intelligent chip extensive of the put up within the 17th minute.
And his save proved invaluable as strikes from Mohamed Salah, Georginio Wijnaldum, Joel Matip and an personal aim from Nelson Semedo noticed Liverpool stay stage on factors with Premier League leaders Tottenham.
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Kelleher is being chosen forward of Adrian to deputise for Liverpool’s injured No.1 Alisson, who’s at the moment sidelined with a hamstring drawback.
And the Cork-born stopper is repaying the religion put into him by Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp to date.