He's a Liverpool lad, born and raised! There's no denying how much Trent Alexander-Arnold means to the Reds, and the youngster is celebrating his 22nd birthday on Wednesday.
He's already accomplished so much for Liverpool FC, including winning the English Premier League title, the Champions League and so much more. Even the biggest of Liverpool haters can't deny the fact that Alexander-Arnold is among the best right backs in the world.
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Happy birthday to Trent-Alexander-Arnold. He turns 22 today, plays for his boy-hood club, is England's starting right-back and has already won the Champions League and Premier League.— Football Tweet (@Football__Tweet) October 7, 2020
What a life. 🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/INz2Jh6ELy
What makes Alexander-Arnold so special is his incredible ability to cross the ball in the middle of the box for his Liverpool FC teammates to finish the job and strike the ball into the back of the net. Need a refresher of that?
Who could forget Alexander-Arnold's quick thinking in 2019 against Barcelona in the Champions League, when he fired the ball into the area before any of the Barcelona players could even realize what was going on. Moments later, Liverpool had the lead.
That's a sequence Liverpool fans will never forget. It helped LFC take down mighty Barcelona. Later in the campaign, they defeated Tottenham in the final to win the Champions League.
Last season, Alexander-Arnold was a beast once again and played a huge role in the club winning the league title. Whether it's him blasting the ball into the box or him sprinting down to make a classy tackle, he really does it all for Liverpool. Add in his tremendous free kicks and he really is a special talent.
And with Alexander-Arnold only being 22 years old, you better believe he's only scratching the surface of how great he can. It goes without saying, but LFC fans everywhere are excited to wish him a happy birthday!
Thanks for the birthday love ❤️😁 pic.twitter.com/ib7mkw6xGp— Trent Alexander-Arnold (@TrentAA) October 7, 2020