Liverpool – West Brom

Liverpool – West Brom


Jurgen Klopp can’t stop grinning and says the game was Liverpool’s season in a nutshell – a lot of good stuff, but having to work like crazy to get something. He’s happy with how his team kept the head and kept playing football as time ticked on, creating their better chances in the final five minutes.

As for Alisson’s header, “insane” is his verdict, and that’s fair enough. He praises West Brom for their professionalism and how they fought, then goes back to Alisson, with whom he is really close. “It’s only football but it means the world to us,” he says, speaking for millions of people the world over, and is now focused on the next game. “Full of desire but calm” is the approach he’s after as it was today, and is sure it’ll be as hard a game at Burnley on Wednesday.

Alisson scores an incredible last-minute winner for Liverpool to stun West Brom

“Is Alisson the first player to score a Premier League goal in trackie Bs?” wonders my colleague Niall McVeigh on He goes on to say he tried to be in a good position, no defender came with him, and he got a good look at the flight. The only explanation is God, he reckons – “he put his hand on my head” – and he thanks everyone, not just Liverpool who’s given him support and says without it he couldn’t have got through his father’s tragic death. He namechecks a few clubs, then his wife and kids who give him energy, and notes that people are the earthly operation of the divine, or something like that.

West Brom, played really well today. But for the fact that they scored fewer goals than Liverpool did, they deserved their point and will be fuming about the foul that preceded the equalizer and the offside that prevented them from going ahead. I’d say the first was unlucky but the second was fair enough; something tells me that Not-insubstantial Samuel will see things differently.

Alisson is in tears as he leaves the pitch – he’s had a rough old season. But his Liverpool team now have Burnley away and Palace home to save theirs; they’ll have to play better than they did today, but they’ll be absolutely bouncing and I’d not back against them.



Date Time League Season Full Time
May 16, 2021 6:30 pm Premier League 2021 90'




Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
West Brom101Loss

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