The next Trent Alexander Arnold? Liverpool fans are praising this young player

After Liverpool's 4-0 win against Bournemouth, Liverpool fans think he will be the future right back for the club.

By Emmanuel Mendez

Liverpool are counting on another young player in their squad.
Liverpool are counting on another young player in their squad.
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Liverpool are having the best season possible in the Premier League. Now, in January, the club still has only one loss in the league and remains at the top of the league with 48 points after 21 games. Liverpool now defeat Bournemouth 4-0 without key players like Mohamed Salah, Wataru Endo, and Trent Alexander Arnold.

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Liverpool won the game with two brilliant performances by Diogo Jota and Darwin Nunez. Both strikers got a brace against Bournemouth and have shown Liverpool fans that the team can score goals without depending on Salah. The Bournemouth game also showed other positives the team has this season.

Many Liverpool fans were impressed with Alexis Mac Allister and Curtis Jones in the midfield. Mac Allister was picking up passes to great chances in the boring first half and Jones was able to find spaces to play the attackers.

One name that no one expected to perform well so soon was 19-year-old Conor Bradley. The Northern Irish right-back has showcased three excellent performances. He played 15 minutes in the FA Cup 2-0 win against Arsenal and impressed. He played the full 90 in the EFL Cup 2-1 win against Fulham and impressed as well. Now Bradley made his Premier League debut against Bournemouth and got the assist for the third goal.

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Conor Bradley's stats in the Bournemouth game and his thoughts on his Premier League debut

Bradley got an assist in the game following six duels won, 2/3 tackles won, two chances created, and four recoveries. He occupies the right back position well while Trent Alexander Arnold is injured. Bradley was very happy about his performance and said he dreamed of playing in the Premier League.

Bradley says, "I've been wanting to do this since about five years old. I've been waiting for my Premier League debut for a while, so I'm really proud. Trent is unbelievable; he's been in unbelievable form this season, so I've just got to keep trying to do my best for the team and see where that takes me."

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