He’s proven himself to be a trusty pair of hands in between the goal for Liverpool as well as in his religion.
Alisson looks to be turning from goalkeeper to priest after he baptised the wife of his Brazilian team-mate Fred in a private ceremony in a swimming pool – just one month after he christened his Reds team-mate Roberto Firmino.
He performed the baptism on Monqiue Salum, the partner of the Manchester United star, in a touching event as he took some time out to help out a friend during his winter break.
It also means that Alisson has now incredibly performed more baptisms this year than conceded goals for Liverpool. The Brazilian has let in just one goal in 2020 – coming in a 2-1 win against Wolves.
A clip posted on Salum’s Instagram is accompanied by an emotional song sung by a gospel singer, who is also present, as a group wade in the pool with her watching the baptism.
Alisson is then assisted by the singer as they dunk her head below the surface.
The four then embrace in touching scenes after she has been christened, with Alisson looking particularly pleased to have played a part.
Salum was grateful for the help of Alisson and his wife Natalia as she wrote on Instragram: ‘This day! The day that will always be marked in my heart and soul. The day of my encounter with Jesus Christ, where I felt his presence and felt that it was the most certain and important choice of my life.
‘I could not fail to thank my dear friends Natalial Becker and Alisson Becker who introduced me to life in Christ Jesus and with their testimonies has been transforming the lives of everyone around them, including mine!
‘Thank you for making me I felt true love. You are a blessing in our lives! Thank you God, for doing your works in my life. I serve you!’
It comes less than a month after Alisson performed another ceremony with Firmino – and the pair were left in tears after the baptism.
Posting the ceremony on Instagram, Firmino wrote: ‘I gave you my failures and the victories I will give you too. My greatest title is your love Jesus!
‘Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old things have passed away; behold, new things have come! New time.’
As he he entered the water, Firmino was handed a microphone and said: ‘Jesus is love. [There is] no explanation. just believe it. Just believe and feel the holy spirit.
Alisson has conceded just six Premier League goals this season, and his recent run of shut outs completes quite the turnaround for the keeper after he went on a terrible run earlier in the season.
After getting injured against Norwich in the first game, he went nine games without a clean sheet after returning. But in his last 13 games, the Brazilian has let in just two goals to one against Wolves and one against Monterrey in the Club World Cup.