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Trent Alexander-Arnold Smashes Home Unreal Goal For Liverpool, You Won't See A Cleaner Strike

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Trent Alexander-Arnold Smashes Home Unreal Goal For Liverpool, You Won't See A Cleaner Strike

​Trent Alexander-Arnold produced a moment of magic to score a sensational goal for Liverpool against Newcastle United. 

Alexander-Arnold smashed home a terrific strike in his side's 3-1 victory over Newcastle at Anfield on Thursday. 

Diogo Jota cancelled out Jonjo Shelvey​'s opener, with Mohamed Salah putting his team in front before the break. 

Image: PA
Image: PA

The game remained 2-1 to the hosts until the 87th minute when Alexander-Arnold nearly put a hole through the net. 

He struck an absolute piledriver from distance that fired into the back off the net, leaving Martin Dubravka​ with no chance in net.  

​Clean as a whistle. Check it out below courtesy of BT Sport.


What a hit. 

Liverpool fans online loved Alexander-Arnold's wonder-strike.

One tweeted: "Trent is the Best RB on the planet. Never mention James in the same sentence as him again."

A second wrote: "Southgate has got to find a better way to make him fit in the England squad. This guy’s unreal."


A third added: "Goal of the month definitely."

The Reds remain in second place, one point behind league leaders Manchester City - but move clear of third-placed Chelsea by three points.

On his goal, the England international said: "I've been waiting five years for that!"

He added: "I've had a few ones from the edge of box and dragged them.


"I've caught that one sweet and it nestled in the top corner, a sweet strike and put the game to bed."

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Trent Alexander-Arnold, Liverpool, Football

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