Timothy Castagne stands up for unfortunate teammate Wout Faes: “He played well after those two own goals”


Wout Faes had a painful evening against Liverpool on Friday. The Leicester City defender scored two own goals at the end of the first half, one of which was a hit The Foxes would not recover. Colleague Red Devil and teammate Timothy Castagne spoke up for Faes after the match in an interview with PlaySports.

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“I think we played a good game. Those two own goals are a pity, because we were well into the match. But I don’t think it’s Wout’s fault,” said Castagne in front of the camera PlaySports. “That ball he is trying to kick away, maybe there was miscommunication between him and the goalkeeper. And with the second, Wout just tries to go for the ball, but it came at him quickly.”

Castagne also stated that Faes recovered well afterwards. “Wout played a good second half and that is difficult after two own goals. I spoke to him at half time and told him to forget it, that it wasn’t really his fault and he had done his best. The coach and some of the other players also talked to him to give him some confidence.” (Read more below the photo)


Leicester City eventually lost the game and resumed the Premier League with a 0 to 6. “We played a bad game against Newcastle. Today it was much better, we had chances and played our game. Too bad about the result, but it was a good match for us”, concluded Castagne.

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