The 25 match unbeaten run of Liverpool Football Club came to an end on Sunday courtesy of a 3-2 defeat they suffered at West Ham United.
Before the match, Liverpool was the only team yet to test defeat in the premier league.
The Hammers who are hoping to book a Champions League place took the early lead courtesy of an own goal from Liverpool keeper, Alisson in the 4th minute.
Alexander-Arnold equalized for the Reds in the 41st minutes through a rebound from an earlier taken freekick.
West Ham added to the tally in the 67th by Pablo Fornals after taking a shot on the edge of the box.
French defender Kurt Zuma made it 3 – 1 in the 74th minutes before Divock Origi fired a low shot into the right-hand corner to end the match at 3 – 2.
Liverpool dropped to 4th place, one place behind West Ham who climbed up to 4th going into the international break.