Alisson Becker has set a new club record for Liverpool after another clean sheet in the 2-0 victory over Wolves on the final day of the Premier League season, and because of that he also picked up the Premier League’s Golden Glove
The 65 million pounds summer signing collected 21 shut-outs in his debut season, beating the record set by Anfield icon, Pepe Reina. As far as sport betting Malaysia know only one goalkeeper in Premier League history has managed more clean sheets for his club in a single season than Alisson Becker. The goalkeeper is Petr Cech.
Petr Cech's record of 24 while at Chelsea remains unbeaten to this date, with Alisson Becker sitting tied with Manchester United legend Edwin van der Sar in the second place on the all-time clean sheet standings. Alisson Becker narrowly beat fellow Brazilian Ederson Moraes to the accolade, but his direct rival is celebrating a league winners medal after Manchester City pipped Liverpool to the title by a point.
Alisson Becker Will Be Relied On In The Champions League Final
Alisson Becker was called into several saves against Wolves with the visitors even hitting the post in the first half through Matt Doherty. Liverpool must brush off the disappointment of missing out on the league title quickly, with a Champions League final just three weeks away. The Reds will face Tottenham Hotspur in Madrid on 1 June and Juergen Klopp's side so far has been the most favorite team to claim the Champions League trophy.
The 28-year-old goalkeeper began his career at International, where he made over 100 appearances and won the Campeonato Gaucho in each of his four seasons at the club. His achievement has led him for transfer to AS Roma in 2016 where he initially served as understudy to Wojciech Szczesny before breaking into the starting line up.
Alisson Becker joined Liverpool in 2018 and he mentioned that one of the reason was because of the atmosphere he experienced at Anfield during Rima's Champions League semi-final last season. It's certainly really amazing for him to win the Golden Glove award in his first season in Premier League.