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Liverpool star Reaches impressive milestone that highlights Reds fullbacks' total PL domination

The Scotsman was one of the champion entertainers in Liverpool's 2-1 destruction against Arsenal at the Emirates on Wednesday. 

The Reds have been generally reprimanded for their cautious horrorshow in the annihilation yet Andy Robertson more than stood his ground and put in another great move at the two finishes of the pitch to arrive at a noteworthy individual achievement. 

Robertson's exquisite cross for Sadio Mane's twentieth moment opener was his tenth Premier League help this season. This implies he has arrived at twofold figures for the subsequent season running, totalling 11 assists last term. 

Strangely, the 26-year-old turned into the first player to accomplish that accomplishment since Trent Alexander-Arnold did that in January. 

Both Robertson (11) and Alexander-Arnold (12) arrived at twofold figures as far as aids the Premier League last season and now both have rehashed the accomplishment in Liverpool's notable title-winning effort. 

Alexander-Arnold (12) and Robertson (10) are the two most noteworthy help suppliers at the club this term, which essentially summarizes the significance of Liverpool's full-moves in the attacking third.

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