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You May Have Missed Trent Alexander-Arnold's Outrageous Volley Pass To Andy Robertson

You May Have Missed Trent Alexander-Arnold's Outrageous Volley Pass To Andy Robertson

Trent Alexander-Arnold produced an outrageous volley pass to fellow full-back Andy Robertson during Liverpool's Champions League victory over Midtjylland.

Alexander-Arnold starred for the Reds as they picked up their second group stage win, beating the Danish outfit 2-0 at Anfield on Tuesday.

He helped his side win a penalty as he played a beautiful pass to Mohamed Salah who was fouled inside the box, with the Egyptian converting the spot kick.

But the right-back's moment of the match took place in the first half when he pinged a ridiculous ball to Robertson to switch play.

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Alexander-Arnold's passing got fans talking on social media.

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One Twitter user wrote: "That technique is insane."

A second tweeted: "Genuinely can't work out how he played this pass."

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A third added: "I feel like we've yet to see the best of him."

Diogo Jota also got on the score-sheet as Liverpool top Group D with six points.

Featured Image Credit: Champions League

Topics: Liverpool, Football News, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Football, Champions League

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