Trent Alexander-Arnold rinsed by Liverpool team-mate Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold was rinsed by team-mate Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain after posting a message to fans on Instagram.

The Reds extended their lead at the top of the Premier League to 22 points once again with a 3-2 win over West Ham on Monday night.

Alexander-Arnold played a big part, with two assists for Georginio Wijnaldum and Sadio Mane.

And the Englishman sent a message to the fans soon after the full-time whistle.

Speaking on the club’s Instagram page, he said: “Hey guys.

“Big win for us today.

“Happy to contribute with two assists today.

“Made up with the fans. Let’s hope we can keep it going on Saturday.”

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It has been viewed more than a million times since being published on Tuesday.

But among the comments was Oxlade-Chambelain, who had some feedback for his team-mate.

“Trent, I get more out of listening to an automated phone system,” the midfielder said.

“Liven up, will ya?!

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“It’s a good job them feet of yours do the talking.”

This was republished on Reddit on Tuesday, where the Anfield faithful were laughing out loud.

“Love the banter between the lads,” one supporter said.

Another commented: “He’s a funny lad – just hope Trent finds it funny too.”

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While a third made an admission.

“He’s not wrong,” they said.

And a fourth simply added: “Great chemistry.”

Alexander-Arnold’s two assists against the Hammers takes him to 12 for the season, matching the total from the last campaign.

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But Chelsea legend Pat Nevin has revealed how the young Englishman can be stopped.

He said: "All you can do is show him inside, it's not difficult at all.

"It's your job to stop the crosses coming in. The full-backs have changed the rules because they put them in from the deep areas with such pace, they are vicious.

"David Beckham was a great crosser of the ball but it was the area he was doing it from. There are one or two players doing it now."

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