Before there were concerns over his fitness, Alexander-Arnold was showing off his ability on the ball against Burnley from all over the pitch.
The 25-year-old made 11 passes into the final third before his half-time substitution and, as per FotMob, no other player could match him despite playing just 45 minutes.
But it was from a corner delivery where Alexander-Arnold racked up his ninth assist of the season in all competitions, and it proved a milestone in the Premier League.
He has finally knocked Andy Robertson off the top of the list (57), and considering Alexander-Arnold’s age, he could reach a frightening figure before his career is up.
The No. 66 currently sits 26th in the competition’s all-time list and you would not put it beyond him to enter the top 10 at some stage, David Beckham is currently 10th with 80 assists.
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This season has required the full depth of Liverpool’s squad, from youngsters taking their chance to senior players moved to unfamiliar positions – you couldn’t have written the script at the start of the campaign.
The 20-year-old won 10/12 of his duels, only one player won more; no player had more than his 125 touches; he completed 99 passes, more than anyone else; he won 2/2 tackles; and had seven recoveries, joint second-most.
Considering he picked up a yellow card in the 20th minute, he handled the occasion with maturity.
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