Trent Alexander Arnold is perhaps the best offensive full back in Europe now, and the Scouser is still just 21-years-old age – it’s terrifying to think how much he could further improve over the years.
He doesn’t score as many goals as he’d probably like, but he always seems to be involved in the build-up of almost every attack, as it the nature of a modern full back.
There’s something about how Trent whips a ball in that’s simply magical – I’d argue that he’s the best crosser of a ball we’ve seen since David Beckham.
He and Andy Robertson have been fighting it out to see which of the duo can register the most assists over the last couple of years, and Trent has come out on top in both occasions.
But it’s not just an inter-rivalry in which Trent comes out on top – it turns out that the full back is even managing to out-do one of the best midfielders in the Premier League.
Well, he’s actually out-done every single player this season, but that fact that he’s ahead of Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne speaks volumes of the lad’s quality.
Trent Alexander-Arnold has made the most key passes (37) in the Premier a League this season.
De Bruyne second on 36. pic.twitter.com/OTCxmGb214
— LFC Stats (@LFCData) October 27, 2019
I’m just glad he’s the Scouser in our team!