But you claimed he can't defend which is different. I did the same myself with John Stones, but City changed the way they play and he now gets more protection,and suddenly he looks a very good centre back. When I say Trent is judged by different standards, I probably should say he's judged by the wrong standards because his job is 10 times harder than the defenders he's being judged against. Whether we should change how we play is up for debate, personally I'm happy with the level of risk reward when we're playing to the level we're capable of and it's proven the risks we take are worth it. But we aren't at our level,missing Van Dijk and Gomezs pace or Matips experience, and as you say teams target that area which leaves Trent taking the brunt of the criticism for problems that often stem from elsewhere on the pitch. Don't get me wrong,when he makes a howler like last night he should be criticised and Im not going to claim he doesn't need to improve defensively,but there's not a player on the planet who could fulfil the role he's being asked to at 22, deal with the extra workload our risk/reward system disproportionately puts on him(even compared to Robertson)and not get caught out defensively a lot. Take the best defensive right back you can think of, ask him to do that job in our current circumstances and he'll be getting hammered for his defensive performances. Will the very best defenders make as many defensive mistakes in that role, probably not. But they'll offer you nowhere near from an offensive point of view,so overall we'd still be worse off.