The stopper is currently out on loan at Swindon Town.
Then his replacement Adam Bogdan put in a heroes performance in the penalty shootout as Liverpool overcame League Two minnows Carlisle United in the Capital One Cup.
But while the two frontline stoppers are making news for contrasting reasons, another has been talking to Chilean AS about his future at the club.
Lawrence Vigouroux arrived at Liverpool in 2014, following Alex Inglethorpe from Tottenham Hotspur after a successful trial.
Born in Camden the talented goalkeeper is eligible for Chile at international level and plays for the nations under-20 outfit.
He is currently out on loan at Swindon Town in League One, where he has cemented a spot as the club’s number one stopper.
But he has his eye on bigger fish. He told the Chilean publication:
"I feel I am in a very good team [Swindon]. Apart from the normal play of goalkeeper, we play the game with our feet with my defense and I think that's very good for my career.
“It's a high and very difficult level. To me, that is now perfect in my career. I am happy in this category, because it is not easy to play at this level for a goalkeeper.
"I intend to play many games and do well. Then I want to go to Liverpool stronger and much more experienced. Those are my goals this season.”
Vigouroux is undoubtedly a very talented young goalkeeper and has high hopes for his future. His current deal at Liverpool expires next summer and if he can continue to impress at Swindon it would be no surprise to see that being extended.