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Alan Shearer thinks a Liverpool player was “sensational” against Chelsea

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Liverpool ace Trent Alexander-Arnold was “sensational” against Chelsea as the Reds won the FA Cup, according to pundit Alan Shearer.

Liverpool were aiming for a second trophy of the season and a second win in the cup final against Chelsea.

The Reds defeated Chelsea on penalties in February’s Carabao Cup final after a 0-0 draw in 120 minutes.

Remarkably, it was exactly the same on Saturday night.

Both teams created plenty of chances but just couldn’t find the net meaning it was another Wembley shootout for Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel.

It was Liverpool who emerged victorious again as Alisson Becker saved Mason Mount’s penalty in sudden death.

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Kostas Tsimikas stepped forward to score the crucial penalty and gave Liverpool another domestic trophy this season.

With the Premier League and Champions League still a possibility, Liverpool could still win a quadruple in what will be a stunning season.

Liverpool ace Trent Alexander-Arnold was ‘sensational’ against Chelsea.

There have been a number of good performances from the Liverpool team, particularly in the back line.

Ibrahima Konate dealt perfectly with Romelu Lukaku while Joel Matip filled in well when Virgil van Dijk was injured.

Arguably the standout player, however, was right-back Alexander-Arnold, who had a tough job defensively.

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