Trapp In A Flap: German Keeper’s Double Blunder Ends PSG’s 100% Start to Ligue 1 Campaign (Video)

Alan Duffy

11th, September 2015


A couple of howlers from Kevin Trapp helped to end PSG’s 100% start to the new Ligue 1 season, as the Parisian giants drew with 2-2 at home to Bordeaux.


Edinson Cavani bagged a brace in the game (the second of which was a superb free-kick), but two errors from German glovesman Trapp handed the visitors a point.

Trapp was at fault for Bordeaux’s first, which somehow evaded his grasp despite being headed straight at him by Henri Saivet…

However, Trapp really made a 100% certified balls-up for Bordeaux’s equaliser, with the 25-year-old taking way too long on the ball before being robbed by Wahbi Khazri. 

That goal, late in the game, came after the visitors went down to 10-men, but Trapp’s nonchalance in possession was dismal…

Poor old Kevin apologised after the game on Twitter…


However, one wonders what Salvatore Sirigu, the PSG ‘keeper usurped by the arrival of Trapp, is thinking right now.

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  1. Jarren says:

    Same kinda shit happened to De Gea when he started out at United, and look at him now.

    An outfield player has a bad game, it’s talked about for a day or two then forgotten.

    A keeper has a bad game, all eyes are on him for at least 5 games. He had better keep 5 clean sheets and make some world-class saves or else he’s fucked.

    Such is the life of a keeper.

  2. toto says:

    Notice the very classy close up on Sirigu (PSG’s 2nd keeper this season) right after the 2nd goal. French TV ladies & gents!

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