Trent Alexander-Arnold played very poorly against Southampton. The former Liverpool defender strongly criticizes him.

Trent Alexander-Arnold had a very bad day on Monday, to put it mildly. Liverpool right-back lost the ball 38 times in the match against Southampton (0: 1) no more, no less!


This is an anti-record – no one else has had so many losses this season in the Premier League!


In addition, much of Alexander-Arnold’s fault was Ings’s goal, which Liverpool missed in the 111th second. That’s why Merseyside head coach Jurgen Klopp said this after the match in the Sky microphone: “We had a player who had to defend the ball, but he couldn’t. “Things like that happen all the time; we are all human.”

Alexander-Arnold, a former Liverpool defender, also criticized Jamie Carragher: “Just the moment he evaluates his game is enough to see how he lost a rival player out of sight. That was a big mistake. He should have done better. ”

Klopp pulled Alexander-Arnold off the pitch in the 77th minute. Madness, but fact: it turned out that Trent lost the ball once every 2 minutes.

Recall that before the season Alexander-Arnold was named the best young player of the year. This came after Trent made a significant contribution to the Liverpool championship with 13 assists after a 30-year break. The 22-year-old right-back is in bad form this season – he has only two assists so far.