- Alisson of Brazil could end up becoming the first goalkeeper to win three Golden Gloves in a single year
- The Liverpool star has has kept clean sheet in all five matches so far in the continental championship
- Alisson earlier this year beat other keepers to win both Premier League and Champions League top prize for the shot stoppers
- The Brazilian has kept nine clean sheets for both club and country having last conceded in the Reds second to last game against Newcastle United last season
Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson could become the first goalkeeper to win three Golden Gloves in one year if she wins the 2019 Copa America title.
The 26-year-old has kept five clean sheets in all five previous matches in the continental championship this summer.
Alisson won the Premier League top awards for goalkeepers at the end of last season after keeping 21 clean sheets.
He also emerged best goalkeeper after helping the Reds win Champions League title in Madrid last month.
Daily Mail however predicts that the Premier League best keeper could end up winning the Copa America top prize when Brazil battle Peru in the final of the tournament this weekend.
And this could happen regardless of the result at the end of the encounter at the Maracana Stadium.
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Alisson has kept nine consecutive clean sheets for both club and country as he last conceded a goal in their second to the last Premier League clash against Newcastle United.
The 26-year-old joined Liverpool from Italian League side AS Roma in the then world record fee of £66.8 million last summer, but that did not last as Chelsea brought Kepa Arrizabalaga for £71.6 million.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Brazil vs Argentina ended in a 2-0 win for the host nation as they qualify into the Copa America finals.
Tite's side scored a goal in each half by Gabriel Jesus and Roberto Firmino to continue their dominance over their South American rivals in the competition.
Brazil will battle Peru, who defeated Chile in the final of the competition as they eye the title at the end of regulation period.
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