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Alexander-Arnold has already racked up 226 appearances for Liverpool at the age of just 23 and has won nearly every major trophy in club football since breaking into the first-team at Anfield in 2016.
He has won the Premier League, Champions League, Club World Cup, FA Cup and EFL Cup with the Reds, and has also made 17 appearances for England since his senior debut for the Three Lions in 2018.
A compilation video of Alexander-Arnold has now gone viral on social media, which showcases the right-back's incredible range of passing, his tenacious defending and keen eye for goal. Check it out below:
I’ve never seen a right back pass the ball like this. pic.twitter.com/hVlT7odsqf— 🕷 (@81fabino) July 16, 2022
The video was shared on Twitter along with the caption: "I've never seen a right back pass the ball like this," - a statement which has divided football fans.
"Guess you haven't watched Dani Alves then," wrote one supporter.
To which another replied: "He did not have a better passing range than Trent lol."
A third fan wrote: "It's crazy because I'm hearing names like Alves and [Philipp] Lahm.
"It's crazy we can't name anyone from this generation but they will tell you his not generational. I'm not LFC btw."
I watched dani Alves and even tho his better than Trent he didn’t have this passing range— 🕷 (@81fabino) July 17, 2022
It’s crazy because I’m hearing names like Alves and Lahm. It’s crazy we can’t name anyone from this generation but they will tell you his not generational. I’m not LFC btw— 🕷 (@81fabino) July 17, 2022
He did not have a better passing range than trent lol— ZoloFPL (@Zo1o_E) July 17, 2022
Just wait, everyone is writing off Nuñez for playing about 30 minutes in 2 pre season matches without knowing an ounce of English yet… him on the end of Trent’s crosses could be unreal— Dylan (@DylanLFC_) July 17, 2022
Alexander-Arnold is currently preparing for the new season with Liverpool, who bounced back from their 4-0 friendly defeat to rivals Manchester United with a 2-0 win over Crystal Palace on Friday.
Jurgen Klopp's side next face RB Leipzig on Thursday before taking on Red Bull Salzburg the following Friday.
Liverpool will then come up against Manchester City for the Community Shield on July 30, before opening their Premier League campaign away at newly-promoted Fulham on August 6.
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