Trent Alexander-Arnold has admitted that Liverpool's shocking 7-2 thrashing at the hands of Aston Villa last month was a humbling experience for the Premier League champions. The Reds suffered their first and only defeat of the campaign so far when Villa ran riot at Villa Park, Ollie Watkins' hat-trick and Jack Grealish's bagging a brace. It was the first time the Merseyside club had shipped seven in the top flight and the first time in any competition since 1963.
Liverpool played their first game after the announcement of the European Super League, and failed to win against Leeds
He said: “He senses where the space is and how to use it. I wouldn’t necessarily say he’s a dribbler with skills and tricks but he’s dynamic. How he plays, he is unique in some ways.