Trent Alexander-Arnold commented on Liverpool’s drought-end win. Trent Alexander-Arnold, a Liverpool prospect, said it was “something we all dreamed of” winning the Premier League after the club’s wait ended Thursday.
For the first time since 1990, Liverpool has been crowned English champions due to Chelsea’s 2-1 loss at Manchester City in the Premier League.
Liverpool, who only lost 28 points in 31 matches once this season, can’t be caught with seven games to spare in the Premier League.
Alexander-Arnold – born in Liverpool – announced in victory, telling the website of the club: “It hasn’t sunk in yet. Maybe it’ll sink in tomorrow morning we are just trying to relax right now. So it’s something people will remember for a very long time. It’s something special that the fans and the team have been waiting for so long. Hopefully, we’ll be able to take it all in. We thought we could do it together as a squad, but it doesn’t matter how we did it at the end of the day,” said the 21-year-old England full-back.”
“We ‘re winners of the Premier League and we’re proud of that. Things aren’t as we imagined winning the Premier League, as we probably expected a few months ago or even a year ago, but we aren’t going to moan and make a mess about it. It’s something we’ve all dreamed of. I guess, as players, that’s something we’ll all remember.”
Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum added: “It’s hard to explain but I can tell I’m really pleased and very grateful that I can be part of this club. And I’m very happy we can give this title to the supporters this time because they’ve been waiting so long for this title. The supporters have been so loyal over the years since I’m here and even before I came here. That makes it more beautiful, and it makes it more beautiful than it is when you have such loyal supporters and you can give them one of the best gifts.”