Liverpool's Spanish goalkeeper, Adrián San Miguel , was accidentally injured by an amateur of his own team during the celebration of the European Super Cup and could cause his team's next game against Southampton.

Upon stopping the penalty given by the Super Cup to his team in Istanbul, Adrian was surrounded by all his teammates to celebrate the title. At that moment, a spontaneous man jumped into the field to join the celebration and slipped, making his own entry of a defense to the 'red' squad. The fan shot several Liverpool players after hitting Adrián, who has a swollen ankle as a result of the incident.

"When we were all together, a follower jumped into the field, was chased by some types of security, slipped and kicked Adrian's ankle. He's crazy. Yesterday he had a swollen ankle. Today I talked to him and he said he's much better , but we still have to wait, " Jürgen Klopp told the press on Friday.

The German coach lamented that "a four-hour flight does not help lower the swelling" on the ankle of his goalkeeper. "Now it looks better, but the decision will be taken on Saturday," he said ahead of Saturday's duel, corresponding to the second day of the Premier League.

Adrián, who until two weeks ago was without a team, was the great protagonist of the European Super Cup, who played as headline against the injury of the Brazilian Alisson Becker . The Sevillian stopped Tammy Abraham's last penalty of the shoot and allowed his team to conquer the title.

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