The Liverpool defender will face no consequences
Trent Alexander-Arnold has escaped disciplinary action from FA for his provocative celebration during the 1-1 draw with Manchester City.
Earlier today it was revealed the full-back may face consequences for his behavior as the law states that any offensive action towards opposing supporters will be penalized.
However, the FA has decided against dishing out a possible reprimand and the Merseyside defender escapes unscathed.
The 25-year-old scored a crucial equalizer at the Etihad, handing his team a vital point away from home, which keeps them close to their rivals atop of the Premier League.
After the game, Alexander-Arnold said of his celebration: “It’s always good to celebrate in front of away fans. Seeing all of the faces is really funny.”