Despite a setback with a 3-1 loss to Arsenal at the beginning of February, Liverpool remains active in four competitions.
Their latest victory over Burnley in the Premier League saw Trent Alexander-Arnold making a significant impact. Liverpool took the lead in the first half when Alexander-Arnold’s corner forced Burnley goalkeeper James Trafford off his line, allowing Diogo Jota to head home from six yards.
With this assist, Alexander-Arnold has now set up 58 goals, surpassing any other defender in Premier League history. Notably, he achieved this milestone at just 25 years old.
Ahead of the Burnley match, Alexander-Arnold expressed his ambition to win every possible trophy, including the elusive quadruple this season.
Liverpool currently leads the Premier League by two points and remains active in the Europa League, FA Cup, and Carabao Cup, with the final set to take place at the end of the month against Chelsea.
Looking ahead, Alexander-Arnold emphasized the importance of every upcoming game, especially as they push for success in multiple competitions. He highlighted the competitive nature of knockout football and expressed confidence in Liverpool’s ability to compete against any team in the world.
For Alexander-Arnold and Liverpool, every match is now akin to a final, with each game representing a crucial opportunity to assert their dominance and achieve their ambitious goals.