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Trent Alexander Arnold helps homeless charities ahead of Christmas

Liverpool star Trent Alexander Arnold helps homeless charity ahead of Christmas.

Christmas is traditionally regarded as a season of generosity, with many individuals donating to and volunteering for charity to assist those in need. Many individuals have deliberately gone out of their way to aid the needy, including a Liverpool star.

Liverpool‘s right defender, Trent Alexander Arnold, assisted Liverpool City Mayor Steve Rotheram in wrapping Christmas presents. The two packaged the gifts, which they subsequently donated to The Whitechapel Centre, an organization that assists homeless people. Over 2000 presents were wrapped, including certificates, clothing, medication, and other stuff. Sanitary pads were also packaged for those who required them.

Alexander-Arnold explained that he was volunteering because he had gotten a lot of support from the community and wanted to give something back. He also pushed others to pitch in, claiming that individuals were becoming homeless through no fault of their own.

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Trent Alexander-Arnold’s spectacular 2023 season

Trent Alexander-Arnold. (Source: ESPN)
Trent Alexander-Arnold. (Source: ESPN)

Trent Alexander-Arnold is a member of one of the league’s strongest defences, with only 12 goals against in 14 matches. Many people were concerned about how he would do this season since he struggled the previous year. But he has surpassed all expectations, becoming one of the season’s top right-backs.

He has scored and assisted twice in 14 games, one of which was a vital equaliser against Manchester City. He also has 5 clean sheets in the league. Apart from that, he has been crucial for Liverpool in the Europa League, with two clean sheets and two assists.

He contributes to Liverpool’s offensive in addition to defence. He has generated nine huge opportunities, which ranks third behind Mohamed Salah and Kieran Trippier. In addition, he averages 5.14 crosses and 5.9 long balls per game.

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