Alexander-Arnold says Man City's European failure is as a sign of Liverpool's strength


‘I’m not making any digs, but…’: Trent Alexander-Arnold picks out Man City’s failure to win the Champions League as a sign of Liverpool’s strength – but says they MUST win a trophy every season as a minimum from now on

Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold believes Manchester City’s failure to win the Champions League shows the strength of Jurgen Klopp’s side.

Despite their recent Premier League dominance, big-spending City have struggled on the European stage. They came closest to continental glory last season when they were beaten in the final by Chelsea.

Liverpool, on the other hand, won the European Cup in 2018-19 before following it up with Premier League success in 2019-20.

Trent Alexander-Arnold said Man City's failure to win the Champions League is a sign of Liverpool's quality

Trent Alexander-Arnold said Man City’s failure to win the Champions League is a sign of Liverpool’s quality

Speaking ahead of Liverpool’s last-16 clash with Inter Milan, Alexander-Arnold said it was a strength of his side that they have been able to compete on both fronts. He also demanded the Reds continue picking up consistent silverware.

The right back said on Tuesday: ‘We don’t feel disappointed that we haven’t got enough trophies.

‘I’m not making any digs, but you look at Man City’s amazing team, they haven’t been able to lift the Champions League.

‘We’ve won both over the last few years, so it shows we can do it in both competitions.’ 

‘There’s an expectation now. One trophy a season minimum.’ 

More to follow. 



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