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Alan Shearer selects host of Liverpool players in latest team of the week

Alan Shearer has selected no less than four Liverpool players in his latest team of the week.

The former Newcastle man regularly picks a TOTW for the official Premier League website. The team runs in conjunction with the popular fantasy football game the site runs.

Alan Shearer selected four Liverpool players in his team of the week. (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

And while most weeks see Shearer select a host of different players from different teams, this week has thrown something a bit different up.

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After winning 4-0 at Leicester City on Thursday, Shearer has opted to select four Liverpool stars.

Virgil Van Dijk, Andrew Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold dominate the back four. Upfront, Shearer has selected Roberto Firmino, with the Brazilian putting on a fine display at the King Power.

However, it was Alexander-Arnold who was the star man. He set up three goals before scoring the fourth himself to cement himself as one of the nation’s top talents.

‘TAA’, as he is known to fans, will now be looking to kick on and cement himself as England’s right-back for Euro 2020.

Shearer also picked Jurgen Klopp as his manager of the week, making it five Reds stars in total.

Regular occurrence

It’s nothing new to see Liverpool players selected in teams of the week. Indeed, when a team is unbeaten and top of the league as they are, it’s expected.

Trent Alexander-Arnold was in fine form for Liverpool at Leicester. (Photo by Visionhaus)

But the manner in their win this week was something of a message to the rest of world football. This Liverpool team are here to stay under Jurgen Klopp and, on their day, they’ll dismantle any team.

Leicester are second in the Premier League. Liverpool made them look ordinary at times.

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It was a frightening performance from Liverpool this past week, it really was. The Reds dominated from the off and the result never looked in doubt one bit.

There is a real sense this team can go unbeaten all season. Goals are flowing, and Van Dijk is controlling things from the back.

With the Premier League title more or less sewn up already, the Reds could well be wise to concentrate on trying to match Arsenal’s invincibles.

 

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