Trent Alexander-Arnold Names The Best Free-Kick Taker In Premier League History
Trent Alexander-Arnold has named David Beckham as the best free-kick taker in Premier League history.
The Liverpool star scored a tremendous free-kick to open the scoring against Crystal Palace on Wednesday.
:microphone2:️ "That was just pure quality."- Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) June 24, 2020
What a free-kick from Alexander-Arnold! Hennessey has absolutely no chance!
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Jamie Carragher praised the England right-back by comparing him to Beckham, whose been hailed as the best free-kick taker in Premier League history.
When asked about the comparison to Beckham, the 21-year-old replied: "Obviously massive. I think he's probably the best in history. The best free-kick taker in Premier League history.
"The comparisons are very nice but there is a lot of work to do."
"He's the best free-kick taker in Premier League history." :sparkles:- Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) June 24, 2020
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Liverpool went onto beat Palace 4-0 thanks to goals from Mohamed Salah, Fabinho and Sadio Mane.
The Reds are on the verge of claiming their first ever Premier League title.
Alexander-Arnold added: "It is quite close [the title] but we know a lot can happen in the Premier League.
"We have worked hard for this and this is what we have always dreamed of. We are in a good position so hopefully we can get over the line soon.
"We have to focus on ourselves, we are not hoping Man City drop points, we know it's our hands.
"We still have to go to City next week and get a result."
:soccer::soccer::soccer::soccer: pic.twitter.com/BHCcYAWr1V- Liverpool FC (at :house:) (@LFC) June 24, 2020
Liverpool can be crowned champions of England tonight if Manchester City drop points at Chelsea.
If City beat Chelsea, then Liverpool can secure the title at the Etihad next Thursday.