Watch Trent Alexander-Arnold has wardrobe malfunction as he flashes his bu*t crack on live TV, video goes viral.

Watch Trent Alexander-Arnold has wardrobe malfunction as he flashes his bu*t crack on live TV, video goes viral.

A video of Trent Alexander Arnold showing his a*s crack has gone viral

Football fans were left in stitches on Wednesday night after Trent Alexander-Arnold inadvertently delivered the nation a stunning exhibition while setting up Virgil van Dijk’s first goal.

Trent Alexander-Arnold has wardrobe malfunction as he flashes his bu*t crack on live TV, video goes viral.

While taking a corner during Liverpool’s game against Sheffield United, young talent Trent Alexander-Arnold experienced a wardrobe malfunction. Alexander-Arnold walked over to the corner flag, seemingly unaware that he was displaying his a** to the British people. However, the full-back didn’t appear to think so as he curled into an inch-perfect pass and headed home, meeting Virgil van Dijk.

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Football fans didn’t seem to care about the strike either; they were more focused on Trent’s boo**y. A fan chuckled: “Why is the first thing I see when I put the Liverpool match on Trent’s a** cheeks?” “We won, but did we witness Trent’s ass crack? Nah, disallow that goal, man,” a second person shouted while a third person retorted, “Trent is showing off a little bit too much!” “Trent is flaunting his assets,” chuckled a fourth person.

Alexander-Arnold has been performing at a very high level lately, showing great performances against Manchester City and Fulham.

Sheffield United 0-2 Liverpool

In Chris Wilder’s first game back as the Blades’ manager, Liverpool defeated Sheffield United 2-0 to cut the deficit to two points with Premier League leaders Arsenal.

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Even though Sheffield United is still four points from safety, they should be encouraged by their first performance under Wilder’s second spell as head coach. They kept Liverpool at bay for extended periods both before and after Virgil van Dijk’s goal, and even before Dominik Szoboszlai added a late flourish.

After his defender, Anel Ahmedhodzic, fell, the Dutchman scored his first goal of the year with a volley from a Trent Alexander-Arnold corner in minute 37. On a night where they had extended periods of possession but found it difficult to create clear-cut opportunities against a reorganized home team, a VAR check cleared the goal and put Liverpool on track for victory.

Szoboszlai added the second goal in the 94th minute when he converted a pass by substitute Darwin Nunez to regain possession of the ball from Jayden Bogle. The home team was upset, but VAR remained unmoved once more.

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