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The thought of not picking the Liverpool starlet has perplexed some fans online considering his incredible match-winning attributes.
And fans have continued to weigh in on Alexander-Arnold's England spot after a video of his individual highlights emerged on Twitter.
The clip shows the 22-year-old's sensational range of passing and his ever-improving defensive skills.
Supporters also reckon he has been robbed of a bunch of assists with Liverpool's forwards (other than Mohamed Salah) enduring a underwhelming campaign this season.
One Twitter user reacted to the video by saying: "Best we've ever seen him, season as a whole not been as strong but that's expected when the team drops off so much, massively disrespected."
A second tweeted: "This man's passing range is genuinely insane for a RB. No other fullback in the world can replicate that."
A third added: "This really just shows how many missed shots our forwards have had, Trent should have like 15 assist."
Another commented: "Can't believe he's getting debated about on Twitter. If you think those other generic English RB's are on the same planet as Trent then you are beyond help."
Unpopular opinion: this has been Trent's best season. Without hendo and Van Dijk covering for him defensively, he's become more of a mature footballer on his own, defensively. Would've had 20 assists if forwards could convert. https://t.co/otJioT94U9- :flag_ps: الفاتحة (@anfieldhb) May 17, 2021
Has to start every game at Euros, clear of all the other posers at RB https://t.co/FKP6TuWb28- Chaz :trophy: :red_circle: (@charnjv) May 17, 2021
Southgate leaving him at home tells you all you need to know about him as a manager - our golden generation will be squandered by a dated, passive manager https://t.co/Ya5BcKBfVs- Sam (@clarkee94) May 17, 2021
What a player. Has to start for England.- Joe Blatchly (@99JJB) May 17, 2021
P.S Southgate is a clown https://t.co/zyuOCGTZsb
Alexander-Arnold has chipped in with two goals and seven assists in the league as the Reds kept their Champions League dreams alive with a dramatic victory over West Brom last weekend.
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