Trent Alexander-Arnold, full-back from Liverpool, celebrated a “major victory” as Premier League champions advanced to the skirt of winning the championship. Crystal Palace tore apart with Mo Salah, Sadio Mane, Alexander-Arnold, and Fabinho in an uneven 4-0 win in Anfield, four days after a goalless Merseyside derby, an initial 30-year championship is almost in sight.
The British defender told Sky Sports: “I believe it’s a major accomplishment. The lads were playing quite well. For us it was a troublesome game having the drawback on our first game on Sunday was frustrating. In spite of what has happened, it’s acceptable to be back in Anfield. It couldn’t have been easier for us, so we’re making up the success.”
The full-back idea his brilliant free-kick had made amends for botched opportunities against Merseyside rivals Everton.
He said: “I do a great deal of work. I had a lot of chances where I was frustrated not to score with Everton however I got the open door today and I was able to take care of it. Seeing the ball turning out was ideal for the lads and we kicked on from that point.”
Alexander-Arnold wouldn’t start celebrating Liverpool’s first Premier League title victory since 1990 however said: “These are two points and it’s nearby. A ton the happen in the Premier League yet we’re close.”
The main drawback for Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was that the victory inside Anfield was not seen by any supporters.
He said: “Imagine if the stadium may have been packed today and individuals would have had the option to encounter that life. I don’t figure the game would have been exceptional to be straightforward, because my young men were playing like every other person in the stadium. We experienced without anyone else. The atmosphere on the pitch was mind-blowing. I said earlier, when this part of the season began, that I might just want to see the absolute best games behind closed doors, and I realize that doesn’t happen too frequently. It was the best game I’ve at any point seen to battle the strain behind closed doors. The mentality the young men displayed was great.”
“I loved it a great deal,” Salah claimed the squad was roused by their up and coming title win as well as by the desire to play energizing football for the fans who can’t participate.
He said: “It’s ideal to go on two points and win the title. We have had great achievement today and I’m pleased with the outcome and anticipating the following games. Everyone’s motivated by those players. The squad is motivated to win the league and play the best game, behind closed doors. We have been waiting for this for quite a while and in the course of recent years, we have been cooperating as a team for it. We dreamed of this as a club and are in a nice place, so ideally, we will get it over the line soon.”