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Alexander-Arnold urges Liverpool to go “all out” in Real Madrid clash

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The Reds are 3-0 behind on aggregate against their Spanish rivals.

Trent Alexander-Arnold hopes Liverpool pulls off a miracle when they meet Real Madrid in the Champions League.

Liverpool suffered their heaviest UCL defeat at Anfield when they lost 5-2 against Real Madrid last month. The disappointing defeat could further expose Liverpool’s backline if they decide to avoid damage control at Santiago Bernabeu.

However, Alexander-Arnold believes his side must attack without the fear of conceding goals.

“It’s a huge one for us,” the English full-back said“It’s one that we need to go and do something special.

“All our focus is solely on that Real Madrid game now and it means that we can put everything into that game knowing that we’ve got days afterwards to recover. 

“It’s about throwing the kitchen sink at it and going all out and I think that’s what we’re going to do – it’s important to do that. Then we’ll get ready for an important run-in.”

Liverpool crushed Manchester United 7-0 in the Northwest derby as the Reds received a massive morale boost at Anfield.

However, their defeat against Bournemouth over the weekend has raised serious doubts about whether they can withstand Real Madrid’s pressure on counter-attacks.