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World CupNeville for Alexander-Arnold

Neville for Alexander-Arnold

After the omission on England duty by Gareth Southgate, this weekend he was under the spotlight and all were on him. With some fine-tuning and some adjustments, he could be better as he said that he was in the best form he has ever been in his career. Leandro Trossard was on the striking spree and he scored a hat-trick in the game, Alexander-Arnold was struggling with Trossard.

Neville, when speaking on Monday Night Football explained where Alexander-Arnold could improve, and he said, “He is doing the hard part of the game and we have witnessed that. I have never seen any full-back playing the way Alexander-Arnold played in the game. He also suggested that if Alexander-Arnold gets to improve the major four things and keep the consistency in the game, it’s not only the best right-back we would have in the future for this country, I could say he could be one the best right-back in the world.”

Alexander-Arnold has given what it is to give to get to this stage and he has experienced a few amazing years in this career where he won everything that’s there to win at the club level of the game. Even though his defending, it has been seen that mostly he has been criticized. There are other perceptions of that thought and many people also believe, this is what pulls him back when it comes to performing and being called the best right-back in England.

It has been seven games so far this season and Liverpool including Alexander-Arnold have only claimed 10 points to their name. The Red Devils are looking to get back their track following up on the season now. It will be a big test for them as Arsenal is pushing their limits and putting it to the test.

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Salman Shaikh
Salman Shaikhhttps://goalmaestro.com/
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