Alexander Arnold continues to delight Liverpool




Liverpool's rookie-back Alexander Arnold did not pass his historic debut in which he completed his centenary with a Liverpool shirt and made a fatal last-minute goal, leading the Premier League leaders to keep him comfortable in the top spot.

Looking for many new elements in the attempt to rebuild Liverpool, German coach Juergen Klopp after taking over the job of the English giant in 2015 resorted to some of the submerged players, some of whom were young club.

In 2016, Klopp gave the opportunity to rising right-back Trent Alexander Arnold, who was only 18 years old, and quickly confirmed the young player that he is coming strong, after shining during his team against Leeds United, in the quarter-finals of the League Cup at the end of November 2016.

Less than three years later, Alexander Arnold became the fourth youngest player in Liverpool's history to face the 100th jersey, where the young England full-back has played mainly against Aston Villa in the 11th round of the Premier League. At the age of 21 and 26 days only.

Michael Owen (19 years and 363 days), Rahim Sterling (20 years and 6 days) and Robbie Fowler (20 years and 167 days) are among the youngest players in the Liverpool squad for the 100th match.

"Trent is perfectly fit, making him an ideal back-to-back player, just 18 years old so we can imagine the possibilities he will have in the next four years," said Liverpool defender Jimmy Carragher and current TV analyst after the confrontation. Klopp is confident in his potential despite his young age.

Carragher said in his remarks after the confrontation during which Alexander Arnold made a goal for Belgian Devok Origi: "He has the required skills in addition to the speed of movement, and physical strength will come over time, he has a long way to go." "Whoever competes for the top of the league proves Klopp's confidence in Trent."

During his time, Liverpool had one right-back player, Nathan Klein, which prompted Klopp to try to give the rising star confidence in the hope of using him as an alternative in light of the many competitions he has played throughout the season.

A major crisis for the German coach following a severe injury to Klein, kept him out of most of the 2017/2018 season, but it was beneficial to Alexander Arnold, who began to enter the team gradually, before becoming one of the most important elements of Klopp at the end of the season In 9 encounters with Liverpool in the Champions League final.

But the 2018/19 season was like the real explosion of Alexander Arnold's talent.He became one of the most prominent stars of English football in general and not just his team.He became the youngest player in the history of the Premier League to make three goals in one game, when he did so against Watford in February of the year. Al Jari, contributing to a wide win for his team five clean.

The young full-back continued his brilliance, and entered the Guinness Book of Records, having made 12 goals last season, becoming the most defender to make goals in a single season, throughout the history of the Premier League.

Alexander Arnold has also been instrumental in Liverpool's Champions League crown, and his clever handling of a corner kick against Barcelona in the Champions League semi-final second leg, from which his Belgian teammate scored the fourth goal, gave the English team the final showdown.

The special season capped the England fullback by entering the list of candidates for the Golden Ball award, which France Football magazine annually presents to the best player in the world.