That's one way to settle an argument! Trent Alexander-Arnold hits the crossbar on cue when challenged by Jesse Lingard after being accused or cheating in training game
- Trent Alexander-Arnold hits the crossbar on cue after training with England
- The Liverpool defender was having a debate with team-mate Jesse Lingard
- To settle things, Lingard told me to hit the goal frame in the distance
- Alexander-Arnold impressively hits the crossbar at the first time of asking
Sam Mcevoy For Mailonline
Trent Alexander-Arnold arranged a debate with Jesse Lingard in style after the next training.
Following a kickabout in training at St George's Park on Thursday afternoon, the pair were squabbling about an incident which had happened moments before.
Alexander-Arnold, who was on the winning side of the training ground game, approaches both Lingard and Ruben Loftus-Cheek to shake their hands after what seems like a game-winning decision that has gone against them.
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Trent Alexander-Arnold hits the crossbar on a debate with Jesse Lingard
The Liverpool right back has an argument with Lingard (left) and Ruben Loftus-Cheek
Following a kickabout in England training, Alexander-Arnold tries to shake their hands
Lingard can be heard complaining that 'the ball was already out' accusing Alexander-Arnold or 'cheating' as Loftus-Cheek joins in to echo the Manchester United attacker's thoughts.
As the Liverpool right back continues to hold his hand out of the pair, he tells Loftus-Cheek and Lingard to 'be graceful in defeat' as the light-hearted bickering goes on.
Out of nowhere, Eric Dier joins the debate by insisting that 'it was clear' as the cloud differs what happened during the game.
Alexander-Arnold is accused or cheating before Eric Dier (right) claims their was a clear foul
To settle the debate, Lingard says he'll only shake hands if the Liverpool guy hits the bar
The 19-year-old impressively nails the attempt with one go
The England duo burst out laughing after the freak bit of skill and shake hands as promised
As neither side backs down from the argument, Lingard tells Alexander-Arnold that he'll only shake his hand if he hits the crossbar from roughly 50 yards away at the first time of asking.
The 19-year-old bond and impressively trying to get into a freak bit of skill.
Lingard stays true to his word and shakes Alexander-Arnold's hand while both are in disbelief at what they just witnessed.
Gareth Southgate's men will face Spain in the UEFA Nations League opener on Saturday evening.