Trent Alexander-Arnold faced a devastating injury in England's 1-0 win over Austria that will rule the young right back out of the EUROs.
The 22-year-old suffered a thigh injury and he estimated to be out for 4-6 weeks. He will be fit for Liverpool's pre-season in July, but for Trent to miss out of a big competition with England is heartbreaking for him and left him feeling “absolutely gutted”.
In recent news, Ben White was chosen to replace the England right back which raised a lot of eyebrows considering England already have four centre backs in the squad.
Jordan Henderson also spoke to Sky Sports on Sunday and had some wise words for the young Englishman. Henderson said, “Yeah, of course. Listen, Trent will be fine, he’s a strong character.
“He’s a young lad and he’ll have many more tournaments ahead of him. Of course he’s disappointed. I thought he’d done ever so well in the last few months of the season in terms of performance level. I think he’s been outstanding. So he’ll be disappointed.
“But I’ve told him to go and rest, recover and take his mind off football for a few weeks, then come back (in) pre-season ready to go again. And I’m sure he will.”
Wise words for the Liverpool skipper. Trent is one of the best players in the world and it's a shame that he is going to miss an amazing opportunity to show his skills against the best in the world but he's still young and he will have a lot more chances to prove it in the future.