Four mistakes that led to 4 goals in 3 games, a shocking and unprecedented outcome for a goalkeeper in the Premier League, which he wrote in his Brazilian name, Alison Baker, Liverpool goalkeeper.
After the two mistakes he committed in the Manchester City match and cost his team two goals on February 7 and ended with the latter winning 4-1, he returned and committed a mistake that cost his team a goal, in losing the “Liverpool” to Leicester City 1-3.
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Alison missed – due to the death of his father by drowning in a lake – for his team’s match against Sheffield United last week, and he was replaced by Adrian, and the match ended with the victory of Jürgen Klopp’s sons 2-0.
However, the Brazilian international goalkeeper participated in yesterday’s match in the “Lever” loss against Chelsea, which ended with the latter’s victory with a clean goal, and in this match he committed a mistake that was a revised version of his mistake against Leicester.
After a pass behind the defenders of German Timo Werner, the “Blues” striker, Becker tried to disperse the ball, but Werner preceded Baker in reaching the ball, and fortunately for the Brazilian goalkeeper, the referee canceled the goal for offside.
And Baker had achieved a remarkable record, after leading the “Reds” to achieve an important victory over Leipzig last month with two unanswered goals, in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16.
Baker has kept clean sheets for the 50th game with Liverpool, since joining the Reds in the summer of 2018.