Alisson Becker produced one of the most incredible goals of the season as the goalkeeper headed in a last-minute winner against West Brom, to give Liverpool a 2-1 win at the Hawthorns.
The Brazilian strode forward with the score at 1-1 and jumped to nod in a corner in stoppage time.
It was a fantastic header from the goalkeeper who has scored the first goal of his career, although finished like a man who had scored plenty before.
Hal Robson-Kanu had given the Baggies the opener before Mohamed Salah equalised, and while Liverpool dominated much of the match it looked like they were going to have to settle for a draw.
However, their number one saved the day and kept up their charge for a Champions League place.
There were emotional scenes after the final whistle as Alisson spoke of the terrible time he has been through after the tragic death of his father Jose in February when he drowned in Brazil.
‘I’m too emotional. These last months, everything happened with my and my family… football is my life,’ said the goalkeeper.
‘I hope he was here to see it but I sure he sees it with God at his side and is celebrating.
‘What a fight. Just scoring this goal I’m really happy to help them. We fight a lot together. I can’t be more happy than I am now.’
Liverpool remain fifth but go one point behind Chelsea in fourth thanks to the amazing goal from Alisson, with two games to play this season.