Alisson Celebrates 26th Birthday With Huge Cake And Balloons As His Wife Congratulates Liverpool Ace Just Two Minutes After Midnight

Alisson has celebrated his birthday very early on Tuesday after being presented with a cake

Alisson has celebrated his birthday very early after being presented with a cake just two minutes after midnight.

His wife, Natalia Becker, uploaded a photograph of him holding a chocolate cake with a white crust and topped with strawberries and candles to her Instagram account in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

The Liverpool stopper, who was temporarily the most expensive goalkeeper in the world after his £65million summer move, was also surrounded by balloons.

Those featured the letters ‘AB’ on them, his initials, and showed the levels his wife had gone to for the celebrations.

She captioned up the image: ‘Happy bday my love’, and added a time-stamp to it of ’00:02′, showing how quickly she had congratulated him.

Becker turned 26 at midnight, having been born on October 2, 1992.

He was involved at the weekend as Liverpool managed a draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and impressed, making a series of crucial saves.

His wife, Natalia Becker, uploaded a photo of him holding a chocolate cake with a white crust

The Brazilian also watched on as Daniel Sturridge picked out the top corner of Kepa’s net during the last minute of the game.

Alisson will likely feature in Wednesday night’s Champions League game against Napoli at the Stadio San Paolo.

He should also be involved in the crunch clash against Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday afternoon.

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