There’s a new way to spell ‘formidable’ and it is: ‘A-n-d-r-e-w R-o-b-e-r-t-s-o-n’ (sorry).
The Scotland left-back has made something of a name for himself in recent years as being a clinical creator, alongside his good friend and full-back counterpart, Trent Alexander-Arnold, but it seems he’s turning his talents to goalscoring now as well.
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Last season, the pair combined to create 23 goals in the Premier League (Robertson with 11 and Alexander-Arnold with 12). To put things into perspective, that’s more in one season than Manchester United attacking midfielder Jesse Lingard has produced in 117 appearances. Are they really good or is he just extremely poor? We’ll let you decide.
Alexa, show me the perfect example of Liverpool’s football under Jurgen Klopp…
Poetry from Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson ? pic.twitter.com/nENhVH6sB2
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) October 2, 2019
Aside from having Jurgen Klopp frothing at the mouth to keep them motivated on matchday, the pair seem to have devised an extra incentive amongst themselves in the form of an internal ‘who can create the most’ competition (or something with a punchier line).
And it seems Alexander-Arnold has found the perfect way of stopping his friend from winning…
— Trent Arnold (@trentaa98) October 2, 2019