Football NewsKlopp says Trent Alexander-Arnold has improved in every way
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Jurgen Klopp stated that Trent Alexander-Arnold has improved in all departments since his stellar turn against West Ham.


What did Klopp say about Trent?

The Liverpool manager has lashed out at the English footballer’s critics, insisting that the right-back won’t be at Liverpool if he can’t defend himself. Trent Alexander-Arnold set up Mane to score the winner of Liverpool against West Ham at Anfield on Saturday, taking his assists tally for the season to 16 – his best ever PL total. The English forward’s forward-thinking talents have never been questioned, but some have suggested that he frequently leaves the Reds fielded on the other end of the innings, largely due to Jurgen Klopp’s intolerance.

Asked if he knows why Trent’s defensive play continues to be questioned, the Reds manager told reporters after the match that he absolutely doesn’t understand it, it’s true, but he doesn’t think he’ll change it by saying it. But if Trent Alexander-Arnold couldn’t defend, he wouldn’t be playing here – at least not in that position. According to Jurgen Klopp, Alexander-Arnold improved in all departments and defended of course, but he is so young that he can and should improve, but yes, his defense is not a problem for them.


Achievement of Alexander-Arnold at Liverpool

Trent initially made his way to the Liverpool first team in 2016, and has since appeared in 211 games for the club, including 32 so far. During the existence of Anfield, the England team has 12 goals and 60 assists, as well as medals from the Premier League, the Champions League, the League Cup and the Club World Cup. The Reds boast the third-best defensive record in top flight in 2021-22 and Trent will likely return to Jurgen Klopp’s starting XI when they face Brighton on March 12, but on Tuesday they will focus on the second leg of their Champions League round for the first time out of 16 links with Inter.