What a game
One Liverpool star has claimed that the Champions League win over Manchester City on Wednesday was the best of his career.
The game’s atmosphere was building even before the start of the clash, with Liverpool fans lining the streets of Anfield.
While there was trouble with Man City’s bus and it’s lack of a warm welcome, the Reds were given a very warm welcome.
That lead to one of the biggest wins of the clubs recent history, as they overcome Pep Guardiola’s side winning 3-0.
One player who impressed everyone was Trent Alexander-Arnold.
The youngster had to step up in the biggest game of his short career and asked to deal with Leroy Sane.
He passed his test with flying colours and he has now been speaking about the game.
Safe to say, he won’t be forgetting it in a hurry.
“It’s definitely the best night I’ve had in my career so far,” he said.
“It was so special – the way it went with the result, the performance and the atmosphere.
“There have been nights when I’ve scored for Liverpool but they still never come close to a big European night like that.
“I had never experienced noise like that before. I was there for the likes of Dortmund and Villarreal two years ago but Wednesday night was on a different level.
“With the way it went for me personally and as a team – coupled with how brilliant the fans were – that night has got to be at the top of the list.”
Trent Alexander-Arnold. 19 years of age and he plays like that in a Champions League quarter-final. Absolutely magnificent
— Dominic King (@DominicKing_DM) April 4, 2018