A fair few Liverpool players are having the time of their lives at Euro 2024 and it must please their new manager Arne Slot.

Trent Alexander-Arnold, Cody Gakpo and Virgil van Dijk will argue which Liverpool player is playing the starring role because England will now face the Netherlands in the last four of Euro 2024.

England beat Switzerland on penalties on Saturday with Liverpool’s right-back coming off the bench and firing in the crucial kick into the top corner…….CONTINUE READING

Liverpool fans have watched Alexander-Arnold showcase his outrageous technical ability over the years and now he has transcended it onto the international stage.

This was, without a doubt, the Liverpool’s man best moment in an England shirt and perhaps two fingers to those who were criticising him at the start of the tournament.

It seems a long, long away now, but he did start Euro 2024 in the middle of the park, before being dropped to the bench and now he has become a bit of a super sub for Gareth Southgate.

All of the England players who took their penalties scored their penalties, starting with Chelsea’s Cole Palmer and finishing it off with the man from Anfield.

As you can imagine, this was a joyous moment for the player and very much deserved, as he expressed his delight on Instagram.

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Alexander-Arnold simply posted ‘pressure makes diamonds’, with several current players and ex-players responding in the comments section.
Trent Alexander-Arnold’s penalty helps England book a last-four spot at Euro 2024

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One of the greatest fullbacks of all time Roberto Carlos responded by posting several clapping emojis as Declan Rice stated that it was ‘never in doubt’.

Harvey Elliott posted the word ‘cold’ and Jude Bellingham, who also took and scored a penalty, wrote ‘your moment’. And Conor Coady labelled TAA as ‘sensational’.

Deserved moment for Trent Alexander-Arnold

This is a player who started the European Championships in midfield for a defensive-minded manager who has never been able to get the best out of him from right-back.

So, many were going to question Alexander-Arnold and everything around him when that should never have been the case.

But now he has a wave to ride on, England are in the semi-finals and they are two wins away from winning their first major trophy since 1966.

You probably won’t see Alexander-Arnold starting against the Dutch, but one thing is for sure, he will be coming off the bench to make that game-changing moment, if need be.

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