Emre Can v Plymouth

Emre Can jokes about his Wet Willy during Liverpool 0 – Plymouth 0

Emre Can on the end of a Wet Willy

Arguably the highlight of Liverpool‘s 0-0 draw in the FA Cup with Plymouth on Sunday afternoon was the Wet Willy handed out to Emre Can by Sonny Bradley.

A tremendous rearguard action from Plymouth secured a goalless draw at Anfield and a replay with the winner playing Wolves in the fourth round.

Can played 63 minutes of the match and must still be smarting from Bradley’s actions in the first half.


Can took to Instagram on Tuesday afternoon and posted a video and message regarding the draw versus Plymouth and the Wet Willy.

A Wet Willy is when someone sticks their finger in someone’s ear having licked it – in this case it looks like Sonny Bradley simply used some of Emre Can’s underarm sweat. (Gross!)

Can tagged the video with the following message: “For sure not the result we were looking for. But wet willy alarm against Plymouth?! Anyways: we will give 100% for getting to the next round. Focused on Southampton now. With cleaned ears… #WetWilly #weird #YNWA #EC23 #Plymouth #FACup”.