Trent Alexander-Arnold claims one of his Liverpool team-mates is the angriest man he’s ever seen when they celebrate.
Joined by Andrew Robertson and Jordan Henderson, Alexander-Arnold reminded his captain of the time he set him up against Wolves, back in January.
The full-back planted a corner right on Henderson’s head who made no mistake with his chance.
“I did put a nice ball onto your shoulder at Wolves,” Alexander-Arnold reminded Henderson when the pair were discussing assists.
“That was the only ball that you’ve given to us all season mate,” Henderson joked in reply.
Alexander-Arnold then revealed his team-mate’s celebrations were something he hadn’t quite seen before.
“The angriest guy I’ve ever seen when he scores a goal,” he added.
The 22-year-old was also recently discussing the absence of fans in stadiums and how he has realised the influence they bring.
“You don’t realise how much fans influence game plans, like with momentum and the sounds you can hear, said Alexander-Arnold, speaking to Ian Wright. “I miss the fans so much.
“It feels empty without them. Even though you know they’re watching at home and they’re all over the world tuning in, it’s not the same without them. Football’s not the same.
“I missed the route into the stadium, all the fans there, tens of thousands waiting to greet us every single game.