Paul Robinson waxed lyrical about Liverpool duo Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson following their performances in the 2-1 win over Tottenham on Sunday.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Laura O’Leary, the former Spurs goalkeeper admitted that Liverpool were the better team on Sunday and that while Spurs were much-improved, the Reds always looked like winning.
Jurgen Klopp’s team had to come from behind to win on Sunday as Spurs went ahead in the first minute of the game through attacker Harry Kane.
Robinson focused on the performances of Alexander-Arnold and Robertson as he believes they played a key role in Liverpool’s latest win as they caused Spurs loads of problems.
When asked how good Alexander-Arnold was against Spurs, Robinson told Football Insider: “Yeah I thought he was good, you know what he can do now.
“He’s got to a level now where everyone expects him to be consistent but I thought he was outstanding, him and Robertson both caused Tottenham loads of problems.
“And while Tottenham were improved, Liverpool were the better team and they looked like they were always going to win the game.”
Alexander-Arnold has registered three assists while scoring one goal in his 13 appearances for the Reds this season, whereas Robertson has also contributed three assists as well as a goal to the cause but he has featured in two more games than his fellow full-back.
Robertson and Alexander-Arnold have both played every minute of the Reds’ Premier League campaign so far and have helped their side register two clean sheets in the process.
In other Liverpool news, Darren Bent admitted he’d picked Tottenham star ahead of ‘scary’ Liverpool player.