Robertson, Alexander-Arnold And Van Dijk Have A Combined 24 Assists For Liverpool
Andy Robertson, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Virgil van Dijk have a combined 24 assists for Liverpool.
Mo Salah. Ice in his veins. :snowflake:- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 17, 2019
Alexander-Arnold with his :nine:th assist of the season as Liverpool seal it. pic.twitter.com/86yzUriq04
Andrew Robertson: 11 assists- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) April 18, 2019
Trent Alexander-Arnold: 9 assists, 1 goal
Virgil van Dijk: 5 goals, 4 assists
Get you a defence that can do both :punch: pic.twitter.com/XVmzM3fBij
• Van Dijk- Señor (@EnRouteAnfield) April 18, 2019
5 goal, 4 assists
1 goal, 9 assists
22 clean sheets
The best defence in the universe that also have goal involvements as good as attackers. :joy:
Alexander-Arnold recorded his ninth assist of the season after setting up Mohamed Salah against Porto in the Champions League.
The young right-back pierced a gorgeous ball to Liverpool's Egyptian King who found the back of the net in tidy fashion.
But despite enjoying a superb term on the wing, the England international is still two behind Robertson who has 11 assists for Liverpool this season.
What's more, Liverpool's full-backs have had a friendly bet over who provides the most assists this season for the Reds.
Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold are having an assist competition...- BT Sport (@btsport) November 11, 2018
And the man from Scotland is winning :joy:pic.twitter.com/r5I6MShZyz
Van Dijk, who has been a rock at the back, has also weighed in with a few assists - four to be precise, including his assist for Salah against Chelsea.
The commanding Dutchman has five goals to his name, too. He headed in his side's fourth goal versus Porto in Liverpool's 4-1 victory on Wednesday night.
The lad between the sticks isn't too bad either. Alisson has kept 18 clean sheets in Liverpool's Premier League campaign with four games left.
In his first season in England, the Brazilian stopper has already equalled Manchester United's David De Gea's best clean sheet record.
Meanwhile, after booking a spot in the Champions League semi-final, Liverpool resume their league campaign away at Cardiff on Sunday.