In the modern game with some noted exceptions, the art of crossing the ball seems to have been lost. Far too many crosses are just drilled along the ground at fast pace without a genuine attempt to find a colleague. A player like Trent Alexander-Arnold bucks the trend and has a complete range in terms of crossing armoury, with his ability to whip the ball to the near or far post, across the corridor of uncertainty and outside of the foot crosses if need be. This section provides tips and guidance on how to execute a range of deliveries.