He now has 58 assists to his name, one more than teammate Andy Robertson and other full-backs like Gary Neville and Leighton Baines.
However, knowing the competitive player he is, Trent would probably now be aiming to become the player with the most assists in Premier League history.
He will, although, need to perform at a high level for a long time if he aims to achieve that. Ryan Giggs is the current holder of the player with the most assists in PL, with 162 assists.
That would mean Trent needs 105 more assists to his name in Premier League games to break that record. To become the Liverpool player with the most PL assists, he needs 35 more assists to surpass Steven Gerrard (92 assists).
Alexander-Arnold is still only 25, which is quite young for a defender. Moreover, he has the qualities to play further up the field in the future and get more assists.
Trent will need to maintain incredible consistency for the next decade or so to surpass Giggs’ feat and make the all-time PL assist record his own.