Jordan Henderson BLOCKS Trent Alexander-Arnold's free-kick, stops an almost certain goal
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Jordan Henderson inadvertently STOPPED Liverpool from scoring after getting in the way of Trent Alexander-Arnold's fierce free-kick.
Liverpool were awarded a free-kick in a dangerous position after Crystal Palace defender Nathaniel Clyne fouled Diogo Jota.
Mohamed Salah and Alexander-Arnold stood over the ball, with the Egyptian forward playing a short pass to his teammate.
From there, the Liverpool right-back struck a brilliant shot that appeared destined to hit the back of the net.
But his captain got in the way as he headed the ball out for a goal kick, stopping an almost certain goal.
Naturally, Henderson preventing his side from scoring angered Liverpool fans on social media.
One Twitter user wrote: "That’s genuinely rifling into the side netting and Henderson had blocked it, I hate him so much."
A second tweeted: "F**k sake Henderson been a poor performance in general but that was horrendous."
A third added: "Henderson literally playing against us hahahahahaha."
A fourth said: "That’s 1-0 if Henderson just gets out the way."
Another commented: "Henderson literally playing for palace."
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Topics: Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jordan Henderson, Football, Liverpool