The assist against Man United was a big moment for me - Alisson
Liverpool overcame the Red Devils by 2-0 at Anfield in January.
Alisson Becker has reflected that his assist for Mohamed Salah's goal against Manchester United at Anfield is a moment he will never fail to remember judging from the significance of that game towards the Premier League title win.
Liverpool were already a goal up following Virgil van Dijk’s header in the 14-minute. The Reds pressed for a second but the United defense kept the front three shut until Alisson took advantage of a goal kick and volleyed a pass into Salah’s path in stoppage time. The Egyptian raced clear and slotted home to seal a 2-0 victory at stoppage time.
The Brazilian shot-stopper sprinted from his post into the United half and celebrated the goal as he became the first keeper to set up a goal in the Premier League since Pepe Reina did so for Fernando Torres back in March 2010.
In an interview with Liverpoolfc.com, the 27-year-old defined the moment as a famous one in his career.
"That was a big moment. For my whole life everybody will remember that goal, that assist," Alisson reflected. "I think the run, they remember more about the run! That is something that I never did before. I always like to celebrate with myself.
"I try to stay focused on the game and I know that was the last minute of the game. Then the game was closed with that goal. I just felt from inside and I couldn't hold myself any longer and then I just ran to celebrate together.
"I don't know if this has something to do with it, but the day before I saw the Pepe Reina celebration. I don't know if that was there on my mind, but I just felt it burning from inside and then I just ran and celebrated. It was something great."
Liverpool amassed 99 points to win their first Premier League title since 1990.