The youngest Liverpool starting line-up in the club’s history failed to break down a hard-working Plymouth Argyle side on Sunday, with the FA Cup third round clash ending 0-0 at Anfield.
One of the more experienced players lining out for the Reds, Emre Can, also found himself on the end of some bizarre ‘hands-on’ behaviour from Plymouth defender Sonny Bradley.
The 25-year-old Bradley firstly shoved his hand in Can’s armpit before then caressing the German’s ear in his own odd version of a ‘wet willy’. Not surprisingly, the Liverpool midfielder was less than impressed.
— Fabian (@Germantleman) January 8, 2017
All rather odd.
As for the game itself, the Liverpool side who had an average age of just 21 years and 296 days struggled in front of goal, with Sheyi Ojo missing from close-range and Divock Origi having a goal chalked off for a foul.
Daniel Sturridge also went close on a number occasions but League Two side Plymouth stood firm and take the Premier League big-boys back to Home Park for a tricky replay.