The Belgian had one of 'those' days at the office for Liverpool this weekend.
Liverpool drew 2-2 with West Brom at Anfield earlier today as Jurgen Klopp's reign continues to hit the odd pebble.
Following defeat to Newcastle United and a drab 0-0 draw with Sion the German was looking for a response from his team and, to be frank, he didn't get it.
Jordan Henderson gave them the lead and Divock Origi bailed them out late on with a deflected equaliser.
In between however saw Liverpool once again exposed from set pieces.
He could do little about the second, after a pearler of a cross was headed in by Jonas Olsson, but teams certainly think they can get at the Belgian's fragility from whipped crosses when they face off.
One former Liverpool player was not impressed. Neil Mellor, who scored some famous goals for the club but never quite made it because of injury issues, sent out this tweet on the Liverpool stopper:
Poor goal to concede for the equaliser. Unconvincing goalkeeping from the corner— Neil Mellor (@NeilMellor33) December 13, 2015
In general Liverpool fans have had enough of the inconsistent stopper but Klopp continues to back his man - understandably considering the fact he needs to use him until at least January.
But it would be no surprise if, come next month, there is somebody new between the sticks at Liverpool.