Shot stopper played in suspect math at Anfield in 2009.
The man at the centre of match-fixing allegations claims that the claims made against him are false, reports the Daily Mail.
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Rumours circulating this week have suggested that Debrecen goalkeeper Vukasin Poleksic was paid by an illegal betting syndicate in Singapore to deliberately let in more than two goals in the Hungarian title holders’ Champions League group game at Anfield in 2009.
However, the Montenegro international has refuted these allegations, saying that the match was one of the biggest in his career.
“Anyone who watched the match would know that what people are saying is bull,’ said Poleksic.
“We lost 1-0 at Liverpool and I played a good game. I made lots of saves: a one-on-one against Albert Riera, one from Fernando Torres, one from Steven Gerrard. I remember it all. How can anyone say I threw the game?
“The match did not seem at all odd that night. There was nothing. I was just delighted to be playing at Anfield. It was a great night for me and my club and we played well.
“It was the biggest match of my career. Liverpool have always been my favourite club. I love them and can’t believe what people have said about me. But I know I am clean.
“At the end of the game, I swapped shirts with Pepe Reina, as I did in the return game. I still have Reina’s shirt on my wall at home. I’m such a big fan of his.
“It’s always the keeper who is blamed because if they make a mistake it often leads to a goal. I just worry that people will believe what is being said.”