Liverpool beat League 2 side Carlisle 2-1 on penalties to progress to the next round of the FA Cup.
Considering the Reds opponents play three-tiers beneath them getting overly excited at the penalty shootout stage may have appeared just a little over the top but Emre Can did not care.
The midfielder-come-defender dinked the ball over the Carlisle keeper and celebrated as if he had just won the World Cup.
The penalty caused a social media storm with Can’s penalty kick being called a ‘Canenka’ in reference to the Panenka penalty style.
There are a number of differences between the Canenka and the Panenka; the Canenka taker chips the ball dangerously close to the crossbar and obviously must obviously be called Can.
Can has been playing as a central midfielder for most of the season but reverted back into a defensive role in Brendan Rodgers back-three last night.
The Reds are currently 13th in the Premier League and take on Aston Villa next on Saturday 26 September at Anfield.