Watch: Liverpool flop Brad Jones pulls off epic-last second save for Feyenoord

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What a week it has been for former Liverpool goalkeeper Brad Jones.

On Thursday, the Australian played his part as Feyenoord secured a famous 1-0 win over Manchester United in the Europa League. 

And he has followed that up today with a starring role in Feyenoord's crunch Eredivisie clash against PSV Eindhoven - pulling off an epic save in the final second of the game to secure his side's 1-0 win. Scroll down to see the king of thing Liverpool fans virtually never saw during Jones' time at Anfield.

Coming under pressure in the final moments as PSV searched for an equaliser at home, Jones showed incredible reflexes to maintain his clean sheet with literally the last touch of the game.

Scroll to around the 1:30 mark to see Jones' heroics in full effect...

For fans back on Merseyside convinced it must have been a different Brad Jones than the one who was nothing short of a flop in five years at Liverpool - we can confirm that is the very same 'keeper.

Although he largely served as a back up on Anfield, Jones won himself few fans in his 11 first team appearances between 2010-2015.

Indeed, his most famous moment in a Liverpool shirt probably came when he appeared to nod off on the bench.

Clearly, though, he is enjoying a new lease of life in Holland - much to the annoyance of both PSV and Manchester United over the past week.

And his match-winning save this afternoon means Feyenoord are also on a bit of a role. Alongside an impressive start in Europe, the Dutch side are now five points clear at the top of their domestic league.

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