Liverpool news Liverpool play new Alisson song at Anfield before Leicester match MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Alisson Becker has a new song and it was heard at Anfield just before Liverpool beat Leicester City 3-0
Breaking News ! One of the most famous songs of all-time, Radio GaGa, was played at Anfield prior to kick-off in Liverpool vs Leicester City. With that not being much of a story itself, the Queen anthem had some slightly unusual lyrics - but ones that Reds fans will be very pleased to hear. The original lyrics are: "All we hear is radio gaga, radio goo goo, radio gaga, all we hear is radio gaga, radio blah blah." However, they were changed to: "All we need is Alisson Becker, he's our 'keeper, Alisson Becker, all we need is Alisson Becker, he's our 'keeper, Alisson Becker." Read More Related Articles Liverpool player ratings against Leicester as Diogo Jota dazzles and two others match him Read More Related Articles Liverpool make clear Premier League title statement after curious doubts Alisson has now been at Anfield since signing from AS Roma back in 2018 - and in his first season with the club, he played a huge part in winning Liverpool 's sixth Champions League title. In his second campaign with the club, the Brazil shot-stopper was again integral in even more success for Jurgen Klopp 's side. The Reds won their first league title in 30 years and their first Premier League trophy, with Alisson playing a massive part in that.
. Alisson started in goal for Liverpool against Leicester in their first Premier League game since the international break ended. The Reds ran out 3-0 winners in a dominant performance.
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The Brazilian keeper paid tribute to the late Ray Clemence before the match, by placing his old shirt behind the goal at the Kop end. The players from both teams then took part in a minute's applause for the legendary goalkeeper, who tragically passed away recently.
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