It's not hard to see why a prodigious homegrown talent like Trent Alexander-Arnold is loved so much by Liverpool's global fanbase. To say the right-sided assist machine has steadily developed into one of the Premier League's most exciting players is to do a disservice to his emergence as one of the world's preeminent attacking full-backs. The starlet's pin-point crossing, complemented by his exemplary vision and football IQ, helped propel the Reds to back-to-back UEFA Champions League finals in his first years as a starter. In fact, it was his quick thinking – and now iconic assist – en route to the 2019 title that has become a symbol of a new age Liverpool that could dominate European football for years to come.
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