Earlier this week we saw every goalkeeper's dream come to life when ADO Den Haag's Martin Hansen scored an injury-time equaliser with his sublime back-heel against Dutch champions PSV Eindhoven. Today we saw the nightmare.
West Ham were forced to send goalkeeper Adrian up for a corner in the hope of rescuing a point in the closing stages of their 2-1 home defeat to Leicester City. What happened next was no such fairytale, as when the ball was cleared Adrian tried to salvage it with an out-stretched leg, which subsequently only succeeded in connecting with the torso of Leicester striker Jamie Vardy.
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The Spanish keeper amazingly protested to the decision from referee Anthony Taylor, it's safe to say there'll be no overturning that red card.