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Trent Alexander-Arnold compilation vs Man City has emerged, he was everywhere

Marcus Chan

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Trent Alexander-Arnold compilation vs Man City has emerged, he was everywhere

A compilation of Trent Alexander-Arnold’s performance against Manchester City has emerged.

On Saturday afternoon, Liverpool travelled to the Etihad Stadium looking to end their eight-year wait for a league victory away against City.

In the second half, Liverpool pushed for an equaliser which eventually came in the 80th minute when Alexander-Arnold unleashed an unstoppable low drive into the back of Ederson’s goal.

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After the match, a compilation of Alexander-Arnold’s performance has gone viral.

The Englishman faced some tough battles against City winger Jeremy Doku but also showed glimpses of strong defensive skills against the Belgian.

As usual, Alexander-Arnold’s wide range of passing was on show as he often switched play for Liverpool.

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The 25-year-old capped off a wonderful performance with a well-taken goal, earning him the Player of the Match award.

During the match, Alexander-Arnold managed 66 touches, won possession on 10 occasions and entered the final third eight times.

Defensively, Alexander-Arnold won five duels and made three tackles including one last-man tackle.

Earlier in the match, it was spotted that the England international was wearing a pair of unreleased Adidas boots.

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Speaking about Alexander-Arnold’s performance, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said: “Trent made the difference today. Not only that he scored, he was in a lot of other moments as well.

“One day in England somebody else makes the lineups, that’s absolutely fine, put Trent wherever you think is his best position.”

He continued: “[But] before we started talking again about positioning, I think it helps when he can be on the right wing from time to time as well.

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“So you just have this hiding space and can influence the game massively from there, how we all know and saw in the past. Yes, he had a good game.”

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@1947production

Topics: Liverpool, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Manchester City, Football

Marcus Chan
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