One ‘underrated’ player that Jurgen Klopp possesses could help end the Liverpool argument once and for all

Ian Doyle offers analysis following Liverpool’s 4-3 comeback victory over Fulham in a thrilling match at Anfield.


Trent Alexander-Arnold had made the silent celebration his signature, but there was no way he was going to be quiet this time.



Not a big deal. Once again coming up when Liverpool needed him, thumping in a late winner at the Kop end sparked a mix of joy and relief at another game-defining moment.


This time, Alexander-Arnold made history by scoring a late goal to salvage a point against Manchester City the previous weekend. However, spoilsports have decided that his magnificent free-kick opening will be remembered as a Fulham goalkeeper Bernd Leno’s own goal.


It followed shortly after the hour when Jurgen Klopp made a number of tactical changes in the second half that ultimately enabled Liverpool to find a way. One of those changes was pushing Alexander-Arnold into midfield.




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