Trent Alexander Arnold performance against Leicester city in December was one of his finest performances so far in the season.
That’s the perception of former reds defender Stephen Warnock, who picked Alexander Arnold performance at Leicester as one of his moment so far this season.
The no. 66 gave two assist and also scored a goal that night in a 4-0 win at the King Power stadium, as Liverpool coming back from a Club world cup triumph and strengthening their position at the summit of the premier league.
According to Warnock, he said that he thought that Liverpool dominated the game after having this feeling that Liverpool may become weary because of the club world cup competition. He described Trent’s performance as particularly unplayable and incredible.
He continued by saying that the confidence he has by driving forward into the box for that goal was just magnificent. Which shows how far he has come as a player. It wasn’t just a moment for the club but for Trent and the fans as well which shows the kind of quality he has as a player.
Warnock See it as another moment of the season where every Liverpool fan think they have beat second place Leicester at the time of the game hands down. He mentions that before the game everybody was thinking if Leicester could get a win or draw that would have made the premier league title race a bit more interesting and also closing the gap at the top but at the end did not turn out as expected.
He concluded by saying it was the best performance so far for the season.