The Reds scored 89 goals in the English top flight on their way to a club-record 97-point total, finishing second behind Man City.
Twenty-three of those 89 goals were teed up by the Reds’ right-back and left-back, with Trent breaking the record for the most assists from a defender in a single Premier League season with 12.
Both have made a habit of delivering inch-perfect crosses from deep, providing the Reds with a devastating outlet from both sides of the pitch.
After that win, Jurgen Klopp revealed that the No. 66 had been awarded the match ball, which is typical for a player who scores three.
It was a running narrative for the season that Trent and Robertson were battling each other in their own assists competition, and the right-back just edged it.
In all competitions, Trent tallied 16—the most of any Liverpool player—while Robertson set up 13, which is the joint-second most along with Mo Salah.