Trent Alexander-Arnold labeled Edouard Mendy a world-class goalkeeper after his impressive performance against Liverpool in the Premier League. Chelsea came back from 2-0 down to salvage a point at Stamford Bridge. Caoimhin Kelleher was in the net for the Reds after Alisson tested positive. He produced an impressive performance like his counterpart Mendy.

“It was an even second half,” Alexander-Arnold said. “They probably had a lot more of the ball than us, especially in our defensive third and in and around our box, but we defended well and didn’t give them too many chances.”

“But when you are up against a world-class team with a world-class goalkeeper he makes world-class saves. So, as I said, I think a point apiece is fair.” Trent Alexander-Arnold said about Edouard Mendy. “When Caoimhin was needed he’s pulled off two world-class saves in the first and second half and he’s stepped into Ali’s shoes and done really well today. It’s a credit to him, but we defended well and never gave them too many chances and we had the better chances in the second half.”

“We started the game well and it was what we set out to do, we had a game plan and we did that first half,” he added. “Probably not everything we set out to do but we scored two quite early goals. Going 2-0 up was obviously what we wanted, and then last five or 10 minutes of the first half we’ve taken our foot off the gas and let them back in.”

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