Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold has revealed he doesn’t like watching his previous games, including the ones, where Merseyside club won titles.
the 21-year-old England international has already collected Champions League, Club World Cup and UEFA Supercup trophies. Alexander-Arnold is also close to becoming part of the team that will win a top flight title for the first time in 30 years.
England national team right back believes there is no need to rewatch those matches (including the Champions League final against Tottenham last season).
“I’d say disappointment stays with you a lot longer than the joy of a game,” Alexander-Arnold said during the interview Redbull.com/The Red Bulletin.
“In the end you’ve just got to put it past you.
“I wouldn’t rewatch a game just to get some joy out of it; to think, ‘Oh yeah, I had a good game.’ There are certain games I’ve never seen, like [last year’s] Champions League final. I’ve never felt the need.
“The most important thing is recalling the emotions I felt, and the celebrations with my family and the fans.”
Alexander-Arnold, who has registered 10+ assists in two consecutive Premier League seasons, says he could not stop the hunger for the trophies.
Instead of watching how they beat Tottenham in Madrid, he thinks how to win again, how to add more trophies with every season.
“I could never imagine that anything would stop that hunger.” Trent concluded.