Everyone is yet to get over the Manchester United and Liverpool match which ended in a shocking 0-5 thriller for the Manchester club. Bit by bit, they were taken down by their determined opponents who took no chances in the game that had everything in it. The rivalry, the winning mentality and the frustration that goes with a loss were all seen in the game and ultimate thanks to Alisson Becker who was in good shape to stop United's attackers from causing any havoc.
Dominating the game with their confident goalie Alisson Becker, who gave no room for errors from the start to the end of the match, Manchester United would have found the back of the net at the end of the first half of the game, after a Mason Greenwood through ball, ran into an incoming Ronaldo who could have done the needful from the box but couldn't as a result of the save hands of Alisson Becker, who parried the ball away from the control of the United's deadly attacker. Making mention of his crucial save against the Portuguese star Ronaldo, Alisson has given a good verse of the Bible via Instagram in dedication to his save.
A good save, which was good enough to demoralise the United attackers in making deadly attempts on goal as all their collective efforts were all in vain, following a "thou shall not pass attitude" of the Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson Becker, to keep his teammates off any worries of conceding a goal.
Indeed, with Alisson Becker in his good form, everything is in good hands and the Reds will march on to be one of the fierce title contenders for the season and a big threat to Champions of Europe Chelsea who are also top of their game, with their in-form goalie, Edouard Mendy.
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