Trent Alexander-Arnold praises his teammate Mohamed Salah

Trent Salah

The Egyptian king Mohamed Salah is a man on a mission and is having a goal feast season so far. With his latest being the winner against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League. The name Mohamed Salah is ringing all over the world. With people praising his performance and claiming him to be the current best player in the world. The Liverpool right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold has expressed his praises for his in-form teammate Mohamed Salah.   

Salah is having an amazing run with the Reds this season. He has scored 12 goals from 11 games and he also has 4 assists. The two wonderful solo goals that he scored against Manchester City and Watford is still been talked about by fans and pundits. 

Trent Alexander-Arnold started to be Liverpool’s first-choice right-back from the 2017/18 Premier League season. It is the same season in which the Reds brought Salah to Anfield from Roma. Since then Trent and salah have partnered on the right side of the field for Liverpool. 

Trent Alexander-Arnold On Salah

Trent hopes that Salah will keep up this form for the entire season as it will be beneficial for the whole team. Speaking to Liverpool FC Trent said

“It’s not the first time he’s done that, to be honest. He’s doing special things on the pitch at the minute,” he told Liverpool’s official website.

“Salah is someone who dedicates a lot to his craft, to his game, and someone with who I’ve been able to build a good relationship on and off the pitch. 

“He’s a credit to himself and his family. I just hope for us that he’ll be able to keep it up for the season,” he concluded.

In these five years together both have reached new heights in professional football. Trent is one of the best right-backs in the world. He still has a lot of years in which he will eventually get better.

While Mo Salah is at his prime becoming the first Red to score in nine games in a row and the club’s top scorer in the Champions League.

Salah is also sitting on top for most goals scored this season in the Premier League. Thus, Liverpool fans will be hoping to see their number 11 strike again in their upcoming clash against Manchester United.

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