Watch Trent Alexander-Arnold send timely reminder to Gareth Southgate with stunning goals in England World Cup training | The Sun

TRENT ALEXANDER-ARNOLD reminded England boss Gareth Southgate what he's capable off with a series of stunning goals in World Cup training.

The Liverpool right-back, 24, is yet to make an appearance at the winter tournament.

England veteran Kieran Trippier, who has a World Cup semi-final goal and a Euro final assist, has been preferred with Kyle Walker yet to return to fitness and Reece James out injured.

But after England's goal-shy 0-0 draw with USA, Reds defender Alexander-Arnold sent boss Southgate a timely reminder of what he can provide on the pitch – especially in the final third.

Alexander-Arnold posted four clips of him scoring outrageous goals in England training.

In the first video, the Three Lions ace took one touch before sweeping the ball past Aaron Ramsdale and into the top left corner.


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Alexander-Arnold picked out the same spot in the second clip, but this time Ramsdale was left rooted to the spot.

In the third video; poor first touch? No problem.

Alexander-Arnold sent his strike crashing off the underside of the crossbar and in.

And the fourth and final shot was taken on his weaker left foot and he fired into the top right corner.

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Southgate has already hinted that Phil Foden could be unleashed on Wales in England's final group game, but whether Alexander-Arnold is as well is yet to be seen.

He said: "We will see. We want to win football matches and we want to try to top the group if we can.

"So we've got to make sure there is some consistency in what we do and our performances are healthy.

"There is always a balance of finding game time for players. But the priority is to win games, we have to win football matches.

"We are going to play a team who are wounded. Who are going to have very high motivation to beat us.

"We've got to be tactically correct and find our best level.

"We've got to make sure we are composed but also that we play with a real attacking vigour."

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