Emre Can had the worst pass accuracy for a Liverpool outfield player against Spartak Moscow

Emre Can had the worst pass accuracy in the Liverpool outfield team against Spartak Moscow

Liverpool were held to a 1-1 draw against Russian outfit Spartak Moscow on Match Day 2 in the Champions League.

The Reds have now draw both games in the Champions League this campaign.

Star midfielder Emre Can started for the Reds but did not put on his finest display.

Can was uncharacterically poor as far as his passing was concerned.

The midfielder of Turkish origin made just 33 passes at a 73 percent accuracy.

Can’s pass accuracy was the worst for outfield players in the team, only goalkeeper Loris Karius had a worse percentage.

To make matters worse Can did not put on a solid defensive display either making just one tackle and two interceptions.

The 23-year-old did not contribute to the Reds attack, Can didn’t make attempt a single shot and did not create any goal scoring opportunities.

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Source: Whoscored

The Reds take on Newcastle United next in the Premier League at St James’ Park.