Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold Voted The Best Right-Back In World Football
Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold has been named the best right-back in world football.
SPORTbible ran a readers' poll on Twitter asking fans to vote from the 20-year-old right-back and three other choices: Paris Saint-Germain's Dani Alves, Bayern Munich's Joshua Kimmich and Chelsea's César Azpilicueta.
Trent took the top spot by taking home over half of the votes, while Kimmich came second, Alves secured third place and Azpilicueta finished fourth.
The England international has had a superb campaign with the Reds last season, helping them to challenge for the Premier League title and reaching the Champions League final.
The Liverpool full-back admitted that the club's sensational Champions League semi-final comeback against Barcelona was one for the history books.
"I'm pretty sure it will [go down in Anfield history]," he told the club's website.
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"I think anyone who was at the game will say it was probably one of the best atmospheres they have ever witnessed. I think Barcelona were shocked by how good we were, even over there [in the first leg].
"When we play at Anfield, we are a completely different team, even better. We have got our fans behind us and it's an incredible atmosphere, it's everything really.
"I think they [Barcelona players] were all shocked really and surprised, and we just took the advantage and punished them.
Liverpool's fantastic season has seen other players win our readers' polls. Virgil van Dijk was voted the best defender in world football, while Andy Robertson was named the best left-back in the world.
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