Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker scored an injury time header to secure a 1-2 win over relegated West Brom and keep his side’s Champions League hopes alive.
Alisson rose highest to nod home a Trent Alexander-Arnold corner at the death at the Hawthorns and put the pressure firmly back on Leicester City and Chelsea in the top-four race.
Earlier, Hal Robson-Kanu had put the Baggies in front before Mohamed Salah drew the visitors level with a fine finish from distance.
And, just when it looked like a place in Europe’s top competition was slipping away from the Reds, the unexpected popped up at a set-piece.
“Scoring this goal, I’m really happy to help because they really fight a lot, we fight a lot together, and we have a strong goal to achieve the Champions League,” Allison said.
After scoring, Alisson was swamped by team-mates who are fully aware of what he has been through during a difficult year that was made even more testing by the loss of his father.
On that reaction, Klopp added: “The way that his team-mates showed today how much they like him is the best description.
“He is a wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful person and [he is] funny, smart, thoughtful, intense in moments.
“He is just a great guy and it couldn’t have been for a better person to have such a special moment after all that he went through. I am really, really happy for him.”
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