Trent Alexander-Arnold scores stunning goal that proves he's a cheat code
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Trent Alexander-Arnold continued his amazing run of form at the back end of the season, scoring an absolute worldie in Liverpool's win over Leicester City.
After a season that has seen him criticised more often than he has been praised, Alexander-Arnold has been turning things around in recent weeks.
The change to turn him into an inverted full-back has certainly worked for the Liverpool defender and the Reds as a whole, as they picked up six wins in-a-row.
On Monday night, they were given the chance to go just a point behind their rival pair for the Champions League places, coming up against Leicester City.
The Foxes were in desperate need of any points with their hopes of staying in the Premier League diminishing with each passing game.
They were not helped by a contentious goal in the first half, as Curtis Jones nabbed himself two to put the visitors well ahead at the break.
Leicester did well to hang on in the second half, until Alexander-Arnold scored a wonder goal with just 19 minutes of the game remaining.
Trent Alexander-Arnold, that is SENSATIONAL 🔥pic.twitter.com/CoW2CAAXvW— Sky Sports (@SkySports) May 15, 2023
"An absolutely outrageous free-kick from Trent Alexander-Arnold," said one fan.
"What did I just see. Trent Alexander Arnold, take a bow! Magical," added a second.
Using an age old Football Twitter expression, another exclaimed, "Trent Alexander-Arnold is generational. Get it into your head."
Comparing him with the army of other right backs Gareth Southgate can pick from for England, a fourth commented, "You don’t see Wan-Bissaka, James, White, whoever you want to name, do the things Trent does. He is on a whole other level."
Using words to describe the 24-year-old, one supporter noted, "Running out of words to describe Trent Alexander-Arnold."
Others actually weren't as impressed as most were, with some claiming it wasn't as good as Amad Diallo's strike in the Championship play-offs.
Some people really need a lot to be impressed it seems, but I thought it was a bloody brilliant goal from Alexander-Arnold.