Alisson Becker made a slice of history on Sunday as he scored a sensational stoppage-time header to steer Liverpool to 2-1 win over West Brom in the Premier League.
The Brazilian’s goal in the fifth minute of stoppage time made him the first Liverpool goalkeeper to score a competitive goal. He went ahead for a late corner and nodded home Trent Alexander-Arnold’s cross as the Liverpool squad broke into wild celebration.
Liverpool is placed fifth with 63 points and will play Burnley and Crystal Palace in its last two games of the season. Fourth-placed Chelsea has 64 points and third-place Leicester has 66, and both also have two games left. Leicester and Chelsea meet on Tuesday so one of them, if not both, will drop points.