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“Trent Alexander-Arnold should be worried” — Szoboszlai



"Trent Alexander-Arnold should be worried" -- Szoboszlai

Liverpool midfielder, Dominik Szoboszlai has warned teammate, Trent Alexander-Arnold to watch his back as youngster, Conor Bradley swoops into the picture to take on the Right-Back spotlight.

In a dazzling display of teamwork and youthful prowess, Dominik Szoboszlai, the scorer of Liverpool’s third goal in the triumphant clash against Chelsea, showered praise on Conor Bradley for his stellar contributions on the field.

Bradley, with a sublime cross that set up Szoboszlai’s close-range header, played a pivotal role in Liverpool’s victory at Anfield.

“He was really good,” acknowledged Szoboszlai, expressing gratitude for Bradley’s exceptional performance.

“A goal, two assists, you couldn’t wish for a better day. We are very happy to have him, and now he can continue.”

Reflecting on his own goal, Szoboszlai humbly remarked,

"Trent Alexander-Arnold should be worried" -- Szoboszlai

“I have to thank him for [my goal]. I didn’t have to do too much because [the ball] just came to my head. Probably my first header in my life, but hopefully more will come!”

Bradley, making only his second Premier League appearance and his first at Anfield, showcased a level of skill that even the seasoned Trent Alexander-Arnold, who replaced him in the 68th minute, would commend. With five assists and a goal in his last four appearances across all competitions, the young talent is rightfully proud of his recent run of form.

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“It’s been brilliant, It’s unfortunate the way Trent got injured, but that’s what happens in football and I’ve just got to try and take my chance.”

Acknowledging the competition for positions within the team, a smiling Szoboszlai added,

“Trent should take care of his position! No, we need everybody [because] we have a lot of games.”

“Trent got injured, unlucky, but we had [Bradley] and he did very well. Hopefully, nobody gets injured anymore, and then we can switch up,” he concluded optimistically.