Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold are crucial members of Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool defence – but which full-back does the German prefer?
The Reds have scored 30 per cent of their Premier League goals this season thanks to assists from Robertson [seve] and Alexander-Arnold .
They have been consistent performers for Klopp in what has been a sensational campaign, with their astonishing lead at the top of the table meaning just four more victories are required to become champions.
Nevertheless, the pair were left to debate which of them is Klopp’s “favourite” while playing a hilarious Mr & Mrs style game for Sky Sports.
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Robertson and Alexander-Arnold answer a series of questions in the clip by holding up paddles with their faces on – and they struggle to agree on which man Klopp likes best.
“Not even a doubt,” Robertson insists while holding his paddle up before admitting: “It’s a good question to be fair.”
Alexander-Arnold then says: “You probably have to ask him. Why would you say you’re his favourite?”
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Robertson replies: “You come out for a rest sometimes.”
The England international responds by saying: “You’ve come off for rest more than me this season!”
“Have I? Alright. I would say it’s a good one, I think we’re both trustworthy for him. But I think I might just edge it. Me and him have similar stories,” Robertson replies.
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Alexander-Arnold then pulls out a crucial piece of information to win the debate, saying: “But I started my career with him, so I’m a product of him.”
Robertson then admits defeat and says: “True, true, true. Very true.”
The defensive duo were also at loggerheads when the subject of pineapple on pizzas arose.
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“It’s a fruit! It’s a fruit!” Robertson argues.
Alexander-Arnold says: “So is tomato! But it’s the base of the pizza.”
“Don’t be ridiculous, it’s a tiny fruit. Pineapple doesn’t belong anywhere near it,” the Scot then fires back.
But Alexander-Arnold insists: “Pineapple belongs on a pizza. 100 per cent.”
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