Trent Alexander-Arnold brings up 300th Liverpool appearance

Trent Alexander-Arnold brings up 300th Liverpool appearance

Although he only came on as a substitute last night, Alexander-Arnold reached another impressive milestone in his Liverpool career, making his 300th appearance for the club in all competitions.

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25th October 2016 - the day Trent Alexander-Arnold made his Liverpool debut (in a 2 - 1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in the League Cup).  Despite being highly regarded by coaches and players alike (including Steven Gerrard), few could have foreseen just how far Arnold would progress, or the honours he would win in the following seven years.

Fast forward to 31st January 2024, and Alexander-Arnold is celebrating another personal milestone, having reached 300 appearances for Liverpool.

At 25 years and 116 days, Arnold is the third youngest Reds player to reach the milestone.  During those 300 games he has scored 18 goals and provided 78 assists, setting numerous records along the way.  He has also won every major honour available at club level, including the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup, League Cup, Charity Shield and FIFA Club World Cup.

Although it was Brendan Rodgers that gave Arnold his Liverpool debut, it is under the guidance of Jurgen Klopp that Arnold has developed into one of the world's best right backs, with a range of passing equal to any of the worlds best midfielders, as well as being a dead ball specialist.

Alexander-Arnold's most famous moment in a Liverpool shirt came against Barcelona, in the second leg of the Champions League Semi Final.  Losing 3 - 0  from the first leg, Liverpool needed a miracle to reach the Final.  After battling their way back to 3 - 3, Arnold took a quick corner, catching out the Barcelona defenders, who were still organising themselves.  The corner found an unmarked Divock Origi, who hit a first time volley into the net, to give Liverpool a 4 - 0 lead, and a 4 - 3 aggregate victory.  Liverpool duly won the Final, beating Tottenham 2 - 0.  It was the first of many trophies that Alexander-Arnold would lift towards the adoring Liverpool fans.

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Alexander-Arnold Factfile...

D.O.B : 07.10.1998
Birth Place : West Derby, Liverpool
Joined Liverpool : 2004
Liverpool Debut : 25.10.2016
First Liverpool Goal : 15.08.2017
Total Appearances to date : 300
Total Goals to date : 18
Total Assists to date : 78
Personal Honours : Captained Liverpool for the first time on 9th December 2020 / Made Vice Caption by Jurgen Klopp ahead of the 2023 - 24 season / 2019-20 Young Player of the Year / 2020 PFA Young Player of the Year / 2020

Appearances by Competition...

Premier League : 217
European : 59
FA Cup : 12
League Cup : 8
Other : 4

Titles Won...

Premier League x1
Champions League x1
FA Cup x1
League Cup x1
FIFA Club World Cup x1
UEFA Super Cup x1
FA Charity Shield x1

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