How much bottle does this take for a 19-year-old…?
Last night, Trent Alexander-Arnold took to social media with an apology to all Liverpool fans for his performance at Old Trafford against Manchester United.
The teenager was out of position for Marcus Rashford’s first goal and then turned his back on the second – but he never gave up and worked his socks off to try and get us back in the game.
He promised to ‘learn and come back stronger,’ too, which we’re absolutely sure he will.
Alexander-Arnold has come on leaps and bounds this season and is now a genuine option for right-back, competing with England internationals Nathaniel Clyne and Joe Gomez.
It’ll still hurt today, but in the long run, the Old Trafford experience will make Trent a better player.