Shane Duffy is having a mare of a week after scoring TWO more own goals
Blackburn Rovers defender Shane Duffy was having another match to forget in a painful run for club and country.
Just days after his own goal in a defeat to Wigan Athletic, the Ireland defender has found the wrong net again.
The 24-year-old netted two own goals in the first 20 minutes of the game against Cardiff City as Blackburn lost 2-1.
Having a bad day? Blackburn defender Shane #Duffy netted 2 own goals in 20 mins at Cardiff City Stadium tonight. Follows O/G @ Wigan on Sat!
— gkt_wales (@gkt_wales) August 17, 2016
Shane Duffy the leading goalscorer in the Championship.
With three own goals.
— Matt Somerford (@somerfjord) August 17, 2016
Sunday:Deactivated his twitter page
Wed:Rejected a contract offer & Two own goals pic.twitter.com/vqlkxzbazb
— Barry O' Mahony (@barryomahony4) August 17, 2016
And I thought Vermaelen was having a bad day, nothing compared to Shane Duffy. pic.twitter.com/gO1X1f3xAv
— Billy (@blockhart84) August 17, 2016
Shane Duffy has scored more own goals this season than Rovers have scored goals in the Championship. #Rovers
— RoversTweet (@RoversTweet) August 17, 2016
Has Shane Duffy really just scored three own goals in his last two games? #Blackburn pic.twitter.com/y8JFMWapDt
— Stephen McAleer (@stephenmcaleer) August 17, 2016
His misery was complete when he was sent off in the dying seconds after the frustrated defender received a second yellow card for kicking the ball away.
Shane Duffy's 2 own goals are shocking enough. Then his lack of discipline is horrendous to get sent off.
— dmk1985 (@dmk1985) August 17, 2016
Shane Duffy has had a shocking week, own goal on Sat, rejects contract on Tues now 2 more own goals tonight and sent off!!! Well played lad
— Gary Delo (@GaryDelo) August 17, 2016
Sat: Scores own goal at Wigan.
Wed am: Rejects new contract.
Wed pm: Score 2 own goals at Cardiff. pic.twitter.com/1dyFprT1qx
— bet365 (@bet365) August 17, 2016
Duffy was sent off for Ireland against France at the last-16 stage of Euro 2016 in June.
He then deleted his own personal Twitter account after his Wigan gaffe because of the personal abuse he had received.
It’s safe to say, he’s probably having a worse day than you.