Alisson entered West Brom’s box in the fifth minute of added time and guided a corner header from Trent Alexander-Arnold past his counterpart Sam Johnstone, who remained stationary on the goal line.
“I (wish) he was there to see him, but I’m sure he sees with God by his side and celebrates. It’s for my family, for the boys … I can’t be happier than I am now. ”
Speaking of the goal itself, Alisson, who said he practiced headers sometimes in training, added, “I saw (the cross) coming. I just tried to run in the right place, to be in a good position, to try to help my players to get a defender out, but I think no one is following me, I had the chance and the chance to score.
“Those kinds of things that you can’t explain. You can’t explain a lot of things in life. For me the only reason for this stuff is God and he put his hand on my head today. “
West Brom, who will be relegated from the Premier League at the end of the season, took the lead in Sunday’s game thanks to a strike from Hal Robson-Kanu, but Liverpool equalized later in the first half when Mohamed Salah succeeded a shot from the edge of the region – his 22nd in the league this season.
But Alisson’s winner ultimately gave Liverpool the win and the three points, moving the Reds one point behind fourth-placed Chelsea.
Alisson is the sixth goalkeeper to score in the Premier League, joining Peter Schmeichel, Brad Friedel, Paul Robinson, Tim Howard and Asmir Begović.
Schmeichel and Friedel also scored corners, while Robinson, Howard and Begović all scored with long-range efforts.
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