Two Liverpool players set to hit milestones Sunday vs. Chelsea

Liverpool FC, Trent Alexander-Arnold (Photo by Naomi Baker/Getty Images)
Liverpool FC, Trent Alexander-Arnold (Photo by Naomi Baker/Getty Images) /
Liverpool FC, Trent Alexander-Arnold
Liverpool FC, Trent Alexander-Arnold (Photo by Naomi Baker/Getty Images) /

Ahead of the crucial Chelsea vs. Liverpool match Sunday, there is a development that not many are discussing. In an era where players come and go from club to club, Liverpool FC has two players set to hit career milestones in their tenure with LFC. First and foremost is a Brazillian defender whose name speaks for itself.

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Fabinho is set to play his 100th EPL game for Liverpool.

A man with one name has significance in the football world. From the beginning of the sport with Pelé to the current likes of Neymar, a footballer with one name carries a torch of excellence. The Brazillian line of greatness continues and most certainly will not stop with Fabinho. The first line of Liverpool’s defense has been an intricate part of the team’s success in recent years. This season, it is no different as he is currently the team’s leading mid in terms of tackles per appearance. Should the 28-year-old play Sunday, it would mark his 100th match with the club. In addition to Fabinho, a defender will hit a similar milestone in more excellent numerical value.

Trent Alexander-Arnold would play in his 200th contest for Liverpool on Sunday.

Sometimes, it is hard to be that right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold is only 23 years old. More astonishing is that if he plays against Chelsea this Sunday, it will mark his 200th match as a Red. There are no words to describe how unique Alexander-Arnold is at such a young age. When you make plays like this, it leaves all those who support LFC in awe.

Both of these players have an opportunity to be celebrated as members of LFC tomorrow if both play. But, above all, the pair have witnessed the rise of this club first-hand and should see more Red glory as the years go on.

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