Liverpool star Alisson Becker posts pathetic West Ham dig on social media after major Brazil win over Colombia in Sao Paulo.
Proof, if it were needed, that West Ham are seriously setting the cat amongst the pigeons this season came from the world’s most expensive ‘keeper this weekend – Liverpool’s Alisson.
The Reds stopper picked the ball out of the back of his net three times at the London Stadium last weekend when West Ham inflicted Liverpool’s first defeat for seven months as they triumphed 3-2.
West Ham leapfrogged Liverpool in the Premier League table as a result and sit third with almost a third of the season gone.
Liverpool’s reaction to West Ham’s deserved win has been nothing short of embarrassing.
Jurgen Klopp showed a complete lack of class after the game, failing to give West Ham any credit as he moaned about decisions he felt cost his side.
One of those was the laughable claim that Alisson was fouled by Angelo Ogbonna for West Ham’s opening goal – a notion neither VAR nor one single pundit agreed with.
West Ham have clearly been living in Alisson’s head rent free since.
That’s if his post on social media is after one of Brazil’s most significant wins for years this weekend is anything to go by.
Liverpool star Alisson Becker posts pathetic West Ham dig on social media after major Brazil win
Instead of celebrating the fact his country had just confirmed qualification for the 2022 World Cup finals with a 1-0 win over Colombia, Alisson took to social media to post a salty dig at West Ham.
“When you can use your hands, the job it’s not so hard,” Alisson posted on social media alongside a picture of him catching the ball.
I mean where do you even start with this one?
The first thing to note is the players are in completely different positions. Ogbonna had his back to Alisson with eyes only on the ball last weekend.
But Alisson actually makes himself look even more ridiculous because the Colombia player is making much more contact on him than West Ham’s defender did in the incident he is referring to.
Talk about getting inside a team’s head.
He could certainly teach his Liverpool manager and teammate a thing or two.