Trent Alexander-Arnold slams critics says he defends really well


Liverpool and England defender Trent Alexander-Arnold has received a lot of media and fans attention lately

Trent Alexander-Arnold
Trent Alexander-Arnold stars for England

In response to the criticism of his defensive abilities, Trent Alexander-Arnold insists that he has performed “really well” defensively at times this season. The  Liverpool full-back claims that his performances don’t get the credit they deserve.

Since the opening months of the Premier League season, Alexander-Arnold has attracted a significant amount of attention amid Jurgen Klopp's side fall from grace after a mammoth quadruple bid last season.

The England international has been targeted by his critics as the reason his team lost to Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Napoli.

Manchester  United legend and Sky  Sports pundit Gary Neville, stated that it would be a risk for England's boss Gareth Southgate to use Alexander-Arnold in the knockout stage of the World Cup.

Speaking to ITV ahead of England's opener against Iran on Monday, Alexander-Arnold hit back at that notion, insisting his form is one to watch.

"I would say there has been a lot of spotlight on it," said the Liverpool No66 .

"I’d say there’s been a massive magnifying glass on that aspect of my game and I would say, for me, obviously for any part of my game there are improvements to be made, and there are decisions I could have made better.

"There are instances where I could have defended a lot better. But, at the same time, there are instances where I have defended really well and that’s the way the game is."

He added: "I think a lot of people like to shout about the mistakes and the ones I could have done better on, rather than the ones I’ve done well on. That’s just the way it is."

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