Trent Alexander-Arnold has backed teammate Andy Robertson’s decision to delete his Twitter account after suggestions he received online abuse.

The Liverpool left-back is thought to have been criticised on Twitter after conceding a late penalty against Napoli on Tuesday.

Robertson was adjudged to have fouled Jose Callejon inside the box which resulted in the referee awarding a spot kick, despite there being minimal contact with the winger.

The Scot then deactivated his Twitter account less than 24 hours after the match, and Alexander-Arnold gave him his full support.

“He’s mentally a really strong character, so I’m sure whatever reason he had for doing that was for the best for him,” Alexander-Arnold said.

Robertson deleted his Twitter account after the Napoli penalty decision

“So, I think whenever we see each other next, it will be obviously to see how he is, make sure that nothing is too bad. I think all the lads would have texted him and spoken to him, to make…

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Trent Alexander-Arnold speaks out on Andy Robertson’s decision to delete his Twitter account
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