Football world in disbelief after Alisson's winning goal for Liverpool

Nobody ever expects the goalkeeper to do much when they join outfield players for a late corner in search of a winner. But, on Sunday at The Hawthorns, it actually worked.

Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson sent the football world into a frenzy when he produced a textbook header in the 95th minute to secure three points against West Bromwich Albion and strengthen Liverpool’s hopes of securing a Champions League berth.

Even Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was blown away, telling Sky Sports: “I never saw something like that. Insane.”

Here’s how the rest of the football world reacted to the madness in the Midlands:

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