Journalist hails Alisson's third goal celebration against Burnley
- Liverpool Echo's James Pearce noticed how the Brazilian goalkeeper celebrated Shaqiri's goal
- According to Pearce, Alisson made a 40-yard run to the centre of the pitch and produced a knee slide
- It was our goalie's save that denied Burnley an equaliser and started the Reds final attack
Alisson's crucial save at the end of the Burnley clash denied the Clarets an equaliser. The Brazilian saved a shot by Dan Mee and started an attack that finished with Mo Salah's pass to Xherdan Shaqiri and the Swiss' goal.
The Liverpool Echo journalist James Pearce pointed out how our goalie celebrated the last goal of the night. According to Pearce, Alisson made a 40-yard run to the halfway line and a knee slide at the end of it.
"Loved Alisson Becker's reaction to LFC's third goal tonight," Pearce wrote on Twitter. "Ran 40 yards up field and went for the knee slide close to halfway. Massive contribution with the save from [Ben] Mee and then the quick throw to [Daniel] Sturridge. What a signing he's been."
Loved Alisson Becker's reaction to #LFC's third goal tonight. Ran 40 yards up field and went for the knee slide close to halfway. Massive contribution with the save from Mee and then the quick throw to Sturridge. What a signing he's been.— James Pearce (@JamesPearceEcho) December 6, 2018
Alisson's summer signing for the record fee of £66.9m (later beaten by Chelsea who signed Kepa) got fans asking whether the keeper will be able to prove he's worth it. There is hardly anyone among the Reds supporters who are still asking that question. The Brazilian is producing outstanding performances game after game.