Trent Alexander-Arnold's Team Of The Year Card Is Pure Filth
Trent Alexander-Arnold's Team of the Year card could well be one of the best in the history of FIFA.
Under Jurgen Klopp, the academy product has blossomed into arguably the best right-back in world football at the moment.
He was pivotal in the club's sixth European Cup triumph last term and is already contributing hugely with goals and assists as the Reds look set to finally win the Premier League this campaign.
The England right-back was the only logical choice for FIFA 20's Team of the Year and has made the XI alongside teammates Andy Robertson, Alisson Becker, Virgil van Dijk and Sadio Mane.
And his card is an absolute beauty. His 95-rated card has 85 shooting and 87 physical, 92 pace, 92 dribbling and 92 defending and is completed with an outrageous but fully deserved 97 passing.
so TOTY @trentaa98 is the best card in fifa history then? is right :ok_hand:- Rob - homelespenguin (@HomelesPenguin) January 8, 2020
The 21-year old will no doubt be buzzing with his special card, particularly given he's an avid FIFA player himself. In fact, Alexander-Arnold has assembled quite the Ultimate Team on the game, giving it a major upgrade in recent months.
Last month, his five-star, 91-rated team began to do the rounds on social media and it's seriously impressive.
There's a total of seven icons in his starting XI, including Edwin van der Sar, Paolo Maldini, Johan Cruyff and 94-rated Ronaldo Nazario, along with Kylian Mbappe's Champions League card and Virgil van Dijk's in-form card.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the only non in-form in his side and his card is 88-rated, which is pretty incredible.
And of course, to top it all off, Alexander-Arnold has his insane 99-rated 'Pro Players' card in his usual right-back position.
But while his team is very good, his actual playing ability isn't too good. According to England colleague Jadon Sancho, 'TAA' is one of the worst in the camp.
Speaking to SPORTbible at the FIFA 20 world premiere, Sancho said: "At England I've got two players - Raheem Sterling and Trent Alexander-Arnold - very bad players.
"And Dortmund I would say Achraf Hakimi and Paco Alcacer. Obviously I'm at the top."