Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has revealed that his right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold suffered an injury against Burnley at Anfield today.
The Reds were able to beat coach Vincent Kompany’s men three to one in a match in which the front three – Jota, Luis Diaz and Darwin Nunez – scored and Burnley O’Shea scored.
Liverpool hit by Arnold injury
Although Arnold assisted his team’s goal in the first half, which was scored by Portuguese star Jota, everyone was surprised early in the second half by the appearance of the outstanding right-back.
The answer came quickly from the German coach, who immediately after the end of the match announced the reason for replacing Arnold, as Klopp said in this context: “The reason for replacing Trent is that he suffered a knee injury similar to the one he suffered. against Arsenal last month.”
It is worth noting that the battle between Liverpool and Manchester City for the leadership of the English Premier League is still ongoing after City beat Everton this afternoon by two goals to a draw in a match that witnessed the return of Norwegian star Erling Haaland to score again. .