Liverpool fans are hailing Trent Alexander-Arnold as the future after an assured display in the 5-0 demolition of Porto in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
The 19-year-old played 79 minutes at the Estádio do Dragão and became the youngest Liverpool player to play in a Champions League knockout match.
And the verdict from the fans was that he was fantastic and will go on to be a huge player for the club.
As usual, the Liverpool attackers stole the show, with Sadio Mane getting a hat-trick and Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino completing the triumvirate.
But the defence was solid, with Virgil Van Dijk winning plaudits in the centre and Trent Alexander-Arnold wowing fans with a performance beyond his years.
Here are the best reactions after a brilliant performance from the youngster:
— Volkan Kalayci 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 (@volks2911) February 14, 2018
Trent Alexander-Arnold became the youngest Liverpool player to feature in a Champions League knockout match, aged 19 years and 130 days. & didn't he do well.
— LFC KNOWLEDGE (@LFCknowledge) February 14, 2018
People forget Trent Alexander Arnold is still a teenager. That's all you need to know about his potential. #LFC
— Mario Aquilina (@mario_aquilina) February 14, 2018
Alexander Arnold will be the best right back in the world. The hattrick was good for Mane's confidence. His play still needs improvement tho
— Motolani 'priMÓ' Alake (@OneMotolani) February 14, 2018
Trent Alexander-Arnold – 8/10
The way he defended today, you can easily say how he's matured throughout the season. What a talent!
— Passing Sideways 🏆 (@PlayerLfc) February 14, 2018
Trent Alexander-Arnold had a 10/10 game for a young fullback.
— Cyprian (@DamianEd_) February 14, 2018
How good is Trent Alexander-Arnold though? Unphased by a Champions League game away at Porto. Future captain. #LFC
— Dave (@SpicyFirmino) February 14, 2018
Makes me sad and Happy knowing that Alexander Arnold is younger than me
— Bakir (@MightyViking) February 14, 2018
Off my nut the other day and said Trent Alexander Arnold is going to be one of the best around in a few years.
Would say it again this second. Unreal talent.
— jack 🐦 (@jckbrd) February 14, 2018
The second leg of the tie is surely a formality now but it plays out at Anfield on Tuesday March 6.
Liverpool fans will already be looking forward to the quarter-finals and dreaming of another European triumph.
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