Photo: Emre Can’s friend hails Liverpool’s ‘Germanator’ on Instagram

Liverpool star Emre Can was unable to inspire the Reds to victory over 10-man Rubin Kazan despite goal

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Emre Can appears to have a bright future under new Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp after the midfielder scored the Reds’s equaliser in a 1-1 draw with 10-man Rubin Kazan on Thursday night.

The 48-year-old German head coach managed his first game as Liverpool manager at Anfield but the Merseyside outfit were left frustrated following a third successive stalemate in the Europa League.

Former Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Can cancelled out Marko Devic’s brilliant free-kick before half-time, but the five-time European Cup champions couldn’t find a winner.

Yet Can’s pal, whose Instagram name is cnyt, was thrilled for this buddy after the Liverpool star’s first goal of the season, nicknaming the powerful 22-year-old, ‘the Germanator’.

He wrote on his Instagram page: “No Words ! #liverpool #bro #emrecan #elhamdulillah #ec23 #germanator”

Can has scored two goals in 53 appearances in all competitions for the Merseyside outfit.

MORE: Read the latest Liverpool player tweets

Liverpool face Southampton at Anfield in the Premier League on Sunday evening.

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