There have been few signings better than Alisson Becker this season.
Liverpool have suffered some something of a goalkeeping problem since the departure of Pepe Reina, so had to get things right when they decided to replace Loris Karius.
Luckily, their €75 million signing has already paid off and Alisson keeps reminding Liverpool fans of his quality this season.
The Brazilian hit the headlines earlier in the week when he played a vital role in the victory at Burnley, making a crucial save in the dying seconds to prevent an equaliser.
Not only that, but he managed to spark a Liverpool counterattack just seconds later that led Xherdan Shaqiri wrapping up the three points.
Alisson's superb form
It was certainly a dramatic moment and ensured that the Liverpool number one entered the match with Bournemouth at the top of his game.
And Liverpool quickly established themselves as the dominant force in the game, eventually taking the lead through Mohamed Salah who latched onto a Roberto Firmino rebound.
It sparked something of a reaction from Bournemouth just before half-time and Liverpool found themselves in an awkward position when Alisson was forced to deal with a "back-pass."
Alisson's heroic header
Despite being pressured by Joshua King, he faced the tough choice of having to clear the ball without using his hands or conceding an indirect free-kick in the penalty area.
Rather audaciously, Alisson opted for the latter and in a remarkable bout of determination, emphatically headed the ball clear.
Although there's debate over whether King was fouled in the process, Liverpool fans simply loved the moment and joked that he could become an outfield player on such form.
Take a look at the video and the pick of the reaction below:
Incredibly, it saw Alisson win two out of two of his aerial duels during the opening 45 minutes.
And the moment serves as a reminder of the Brazilian's overall quality that makes him such a brilliant signing.
Aside from the dramatic saves and cross-catching, he is superb with the ball at his feet and arguably has the best distribution of any goalkeeper in the sport.
Now the Bournemouth game shows that Alisson is great in the air regardless of whether he's using his hands, head or feet.
Of course, King took a heavy blow during the collision and Alisson showed his class just seconds afterwards by checking that his opponent was ok.
Goalkeepers often lead with their knee while jumping, which worsened the clash, but Liverpool fans couldn't get enough of Alisson's brief cameo as a centre-back.
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