Alisson makes history after unbelievable header


Alisson Becker made history to secure a victory in a manner unique to Liverpool FC on Sunday

The goalkeeper scored in the 95th minute of the Reds’ match against West Bromwich Albion to snatch a 2-1 win that sustains his team’s push for a top-four finish in the Premier League.

As the Brazilian made his way forward for a stoppage-time corner, 10,066 goals had been scored throughout Liverpool’s rich 129-year history.

Zero of the 458 players responsible for those goals were ‘keepers.

Trent Alexander-Arnold produced a set-piece delivery of trademark precision and Alisson was there to redirect the ball into the far corner via an adroit glance that Andy Robertson perhaps described best.

“Any striker in the world I think is happy with that header – it's unbelievable,” the left-back told .

The Brazilian goes down as the 459th footballer - and first goalkeeper - to score for Liverpool.

It’s fair to say that the club’s 10,067th goal will never be forgotten.

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