Liverpool were defeated 3-0 by Watford yesterday in the Premier League. Emre Can played the full ninety minutes in midfield alongside club captain Jordan Henderson and the Brazilian international Lucas Leiva.
Can received a rating of just 6.38 from WhoScored for his performance against the Hornets.
The 21-year-old made a total of three tackles, one interception and two clearances. The Germany international was only able to maintain a passing accuracy of 75%. Can has struggled in recent weeks in central midfield with his passing accuracy averaging at 81% this season in the league.
Liverpool remain in ninth position following todays defeat with 24 points in 17 games. Watford also remain in seventh place with 28 points in 17 matches.
The Hornets have now won four games in a row and are just a point off the top four.
Following the game we took to social media to see how Can’s performance went down with fans.
All from emre can , tried to be clever
— Robbie Fowler (@Robbie9Fowler) December 20, 2015
Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler was not impressed by Emre Can’s mistake which lead to a Watford goal.
Why do #lfc fans constantly rave about Emre Can? Is he really that good? I must be watching a different player. Bang average.
— Sam Ellard (@SamEllard88) December 20, 2015
That was on Emre Can. He's been dreadful all game and that was the cherry on his cake.
— Simon Clancy (@SiClancy) December 20, 2015
Emre Can needs to stop thinking he's Johnny Concrete and concentrate on playing football.
— Mark Mc (@MarkmaccaMc) December 20, 2015
Shambles of a half that. The Gk can't catch a cold. No one will ever convince me Emre Can is decent. Adam Lallana just running around.
— Scott Fowler (@FowlerS88) December 20, 2015
Emre Can needs to compose himself. Has to be difficult seeing as the circus behind him believes defending and goalkeeping are optional #LFC
— Jon Townsend (@jon_townsend3) December 20, 2015
Klopp very animated towards Emre Can a moment ago. Demanding he 'look forward and play!' The German has since obliged. #lfc
— Daniel Garb (@DanielGarb) December 20, 2015