LEICESTER defender Wout Faes has joined a select group of players to score TWO own goals in the same Premier League game.
The Belgian ace was making his 11th league start in a row against Liverpool.
But he won’t forget his first ever trip to Anfield in a hurry.
That’s because with the Foxes leading thanks to Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall’s early opener, Faes had two moments of madness in the final stages of the half.
Firstly, he deflected Trent Alexander-Arnold’s cross up into the air and over Danny Ward to make it 1-1.
Remarkably, he repeated the feat just seven minutes later.
This time Darwin Nunez was put through on goal and after his effort came back off the post, Waes’ attempted clearance sliced into his own net once again.
As a result, the 24-year-old has joined an unwanted group to have achieved the feat in the Premier League.
The three others were Jamie Carragher, Michael Proctor and Jonathan Walters.
Carragher was the first against Manchester United in 1999, while Proctor’s brace came for Sunderland in a memorable clash with Charlton where all three goals were own goals.
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Walters was the last to score twice past his own goalkeeper when playing for Stoke against Chelsea back in 2013.
He also missed a penalty in what proved a game to forget.