Honours: FA Cup (2022), Carabao Cup (2022), Premier League (2019-20), Champions League (2019), FIFA Club World Cup (2019)
Alisson Becker has cemented his position as one of world football's most formidable goalkeepers since joining Liverpool in 2018.
He arrived at Anfield from AS Roma and was integral to the Champions League and Premier League triumphs in 2019 and 2020 respectively.
The Brazilian enjoyed an incredible first season on Merseyside after becoming an immediate starter for Jürgen Klopp's side, initially wearing the No.13 shirt.
Alisson played every minute of the Reds' domestic campaign and made history when he became the club's first goalkeeper to win the Premier League Golden Glove award in more than a decade after recording 21 clean sheets en route to a second-placed finish with 97 points.
The stopper was also crucial in helping Liverpool win the Champions League for the sixth time. He preserved the Reds' spot in the knockout stages of the 2018-19 competition with a crucial late save against Napoli on matchday six.
And Alisson was then impenetrable in the Madrid final, making a series of interventions to deny Tottenham Hotspur as Klopp's men won 2-0.
Having lifted the Copa America with his country that summer, he switched from No.13 to No.1 at the start of the 2019-20 club campaign.
Though an injury on the opening night of the new league season ruled the 'keeper out for two months, he soon returned to trademark form.
Alisson – who was also part of the team crowned world champions in December 2019 – registered 13 clean sheets in 29 appearances to help Liverpool race to Premier League glory with a club-record 99 points.
He provided the most unforgettable moment of a challenging 2020-21 campaign when he scored a stoppage-time, headed winner at West Bromwich Albion that was vital to the Reds securing Champions League qualification.
A new long-term contract and another outstanding season followed as Alisson featured in 54 of Liverpool's 63 games as they lifted the FA Cup and League Cup as well as finishing runners-up in the Premier League and Champions League.
The 'keeper, who saved a penalty in the FA Cup final shootout against Chelsea at Wembley, also added a second Premier League Golden Glove to his personal honours.