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Sutton in U-turn after witnessing ‘other side’ of TAA at Liverpool

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Chris Sutton is beginning to understand why Gareth Southgate left Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold out his England squad after his poor defensive display against Real Madrid on Wednesday.

Alexander-Arnold produced a wonderful display as Liverpool beat Arsenal 3-0 over the weekend but he followed it up with an awful first-half display as Jurgen Klopp’s side lost 3-1 to Real.



The right-back headed the ball into the path of Marco Asensio for the Spanish side’s second goal, while his positioning and defensive display was way below par.



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Former Blackburn Rovers and Celtic striker Sutton admits he thought it was “harsh” for Southgate to leave Alexander-Arnold out his recent England squad but is now starting to understand why he made that choice.

Sutton wrote in the Daily Mail: “We saw the best of Trent Alexander-Arnold against Arsenal.

“The 22-year-old was awesome offensively at the Emirates Stadium at the weekend and I love that side to him. On Tuesday, though, we saw the other side — the side to him that Gareth Southgate seemingly did not trust enough to have in his latest England squad.

“I did feel that it was harsh of Southgate to not name Alexander-Arnold for those World Cup qualifiers. But if you base the right back or right wing-back positions purely on defensive capabilities, then do you select Alexander-Arnold?

“Southgate has so many great options in that area. There are others out there better than him in that department — others who might not have made the same mistakes he did on Tuesday.

“That second goal could be a killer for Liverpool in this competition, as he provided a very unfortunate assist for Marco Asensio with a mistimed header.

“It was not entirely down to Alexander-Arnold that Jurgen Klopp’s side found themselves trailing 2-0 at half-time.

“Liverpool’s team as a whole could hardly string three passes together. Then Mohamed Salah got that goal and Liverpool’s spirit was lifted.

“But then Real helped themselves to another. It will go back to Anfield, where Klopp needs another one of those special nights from his side if they are to make something of this season. ”


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