LIVERPOOL keeper Alisson has debuted a superb moustache at the World Cup.
The 30-year-old Brazilian No1 kept a clean sheet for the South Americans in their tournament opener against Serbia on Thursday evening.
Alisson shaved off his beard before the World Cup[/caption]
His beard began to grow back as he headed for international duty[/caption]
A brilliant brace from Richarlison was enough to settle the match for the five-time champions in a 2-0 victory.
And while Alisson was not forced to make any eye-catching saves, his new look did get people talking.
The Reds shot-stopper is known for his full beard, but shaved that off a few weeks before the World Cup.
Yet now he has gone halfway between the two with a wonderful-looking moustache.
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And those on social media gave Alisson’s new style a host of rave reviews.
One person said: “A moustache Alisson Becker means a clean sheet. Viva Brazil.”
While another added: “Can we all just admit that Alisson is absolutely rocking that moustache!”
A third said: “Alisson’s moustache is a thing of beauty.”
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And a fourth added: “I would like to be the first to congratulate Alisson Becker on his moustache. That’s a beauty.”
Alisson has been Brazil’s first choice keeper for six year – fending off competition from Manchester City‘s Ederson.
But World Cup glory has eluded him – a trophy Brazil have not won since 2002.
However, they are the favourites to win the competition in Qatar and made a perfect start on Thursday.