Alisson Becker of Liverpool flaunts his newborn son and wife Natalia Loewe

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Liverpool goalkeeper, Alisson Becker took to his Instagram page earlier this month to flaunt his newborn son and his stunning wife, Natalia Loewe.

The baby boy whose name has not been revealed as of the time of publishing this report was born in the second week of May 2021, less than three months after Alisson Becker’s father, Jose Becker drowned to death in Brazil.

With the arrival of the newborn baby, Alisson and Natalia who have been married since 2015 now have three children. Before the birth of the boy, the two lovebirds have a daughter named Helena, born in April 2017, and a son, Matteo, born on 14 June 2019.

Alisson Becker, his wife, Natalia Loewe, and their eldest children Helena and Matteo.
Alisson Becker, his wife, Natalia Loewe, and their eldest children Helena and Matteo.

In the picture Alisson Becker used to announce the birth of the newborn, his wife could be seen lying on a maternity bed while carrying the baby on her chest. The Liverpool goalkeeper was also seen posing beside the bed with his face close to his wife and the new baby as he gave a ‘peace sign’.

In the caption, Alisson Becker who was the man of the match in Liverpool‘s 2-0 win over Southampton on May 8, two days before he shared the Instagram post, described himself as a warrior.

He wrote: “Welcome my son! Now the warrior has his quiver full.”

After 6 days of announcing to the world that he is now a father of a bouncing baby boy, the 28-year-old Brazilian goalkeeper created a record in the Premier League on May 16, 2021.

On the said date, Alisson Becker who knew how important it was for his team to win the remaining game in the just concluded 2020-2021 season, decided to join the attack in a league match between Liverpool and West Brom.

At the point he joined the attack to receive a cross, the game was 1-1 and Liverpool needed a goal to claim the 3 maximum points. Fortunately for him, he scored in the 5th additional minute to end the game 2-1.

His headed goal became the first time in the history of the Premier League that a goalkeeper scored a headed goal during a competitive game.

Alisson Becker continued with his excellent goalkeeping performance in the last two league games of the season. With his support, Liverpool won the last two games to garner enough points to qualify Liverpool for next season’s UEFA Champions League campaign.