Trent Alexander-Arnold has responded to a comment from Gary Neville after the Sky Sports pundit claimed that Liverpool are suffering from fatigue.
Liverpool finished an insane run of fixtures with a 1-1 draw at Anfield against Manchester City on Sunday, with the Reds emerging joint top of the Premier League table going into the international break.
Despite losing two games, Jurgen Klopp’s side has been fantastic in the way games have been managed as well as an improved balance being found with the back five the most impressive part of the team so far this season.
Gary Neville told Sky Sports that the Merseyside outfit looked “a little bit flat” and had “a little bit of edge off the energy levels” as they just about managed to earn a point against City.
Trent Alexander Arnold, however, disagrees. The Scouser says that he and his teammates thrive on regular football and are not suffering from fatigue.
“No, I wouldn’t say so,” he said, speaking to Sky Sports. “That’s the way that we play, we play quite an energetic game.
“That’s something we’ve always done, that’s the way the manager wants us to play.
“Whether you’re not getting the results or you are, it’s always good to have games every three or four days and keep the momentum going or bounce back.”