LIVERPOOL (ENGLAND) – Taking advantage of the pause of the English championship, for the now well-known events of the coronavirus, the Liverpool footballer Trent Alexander Arnold told his story during an interview given to GQ.
Alexander Arnold had to choose between Messi and Ronaldo. Who is the strongest out there? Here's how the Liverpool full back responded.
“If I have to choose between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, I choose the Argentine. I make this choice both because I respect him and because after Liverpool, my favorite team is Barcelona. I could also play with it because I feel it shares the same values as Liverpool. "
Last year, the team coached by Jurgen Klopp won the Champions League after an incredible comeback in the return semi-final against Barcelona.
The British had lost 3 to 0 in Barcelona and seemed destined to be eliminated but it didn't go that way …
In the return leg, Liverpool won by 4 to or against Barcelona and qualified for the Champions League final (which would later win against Tottenham).
The comeback, which is historic regardless, was made incredible by the fact that Klopp's team lacked two strikers holding the weight of Momo Salah and Bobby Firmino. Alexander Arnold played the whole game and was the author of a great performance.
Liverpool have been eliminated from the Champions League this year, following their defeat against Atletico Madrid, but will be able to console themselves with the English scudetto given the ample margin of points on their opponents when the coronavirus is suspended.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano