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The game hasn't even started yet and Alisson has already humbled Onana

Liverpool goalkeeper has no rival in England  

By Charles Cornwall

Liverpool goalkeeper has no rival in England  
Liverpool goalkeeper has no rival in England  
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If you put aside the great ease that Mohamed Salah has against Manchester United, perhaps the coach Jürgen Klopp could put his full confidence for this game in his goalkeeper Alisson Becker, a player who returned from injury with a great level that can open the opportunity to add another clean sheet, showing not only André Onana but the entire Premier League who is the best in his position.

On the subject of Becker being the best goalkeeper in the league, the social media started comparing him to Onana, with the Anything Liverpool account sharing a short clip showing a great assist with a long pass that Mohamed Salah received past the halfway line to make a good run with the ball and score the second goal of the game.


It seems that Becker's quality in attack is one of the great additions that make him a much more complete goalkeeper than Onana, but even without the assists, the Brazilian goalkeeper has great qualities under the three posts, allowing very few goals during the campaign, keeping the club with his interventions as the best defence with only 15 goals against, 3 of which were allowed by Caoimhin Kelleher during the match against Fulham.


But even as comparisons between the United and Liverpool goalkeeper are increasingly emerging ahead of Sunday's game, the Reds' Brazilian player has spoken highly of Onana, arguing that the changes for him must be difficult to cope with but that he is likely to succeed.

Becker can't afford a single mistake against United  

Although Alisson has been a benchmark for Liverpool whenever they face a game against the big six, the Brazilian keeper must not slip up as he did weeks ago against Manchester City, and it is crucial that he keeps his goal safe for as long as possible to avoid a defeat that could see them slip off Arsenal's lead.

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