Alisson famously went up for a corner in the 95th minute of the Reds' clash at the Hawthorns in May 2021, with the score poised at 1-1.
With Jurgen Klopp's side desperately chasing Champions League qualification during an injury-hit campaign, Alisson created an iconic moment in modern Liverpool history as he headed home to secure all three points.
Reliving some of the Reds' greatest stoppage-time winners, Jota – who was not part of the squad to face West Brom that day – recalls how he had to curb his celebrations at home amid the excitement.
He told the Premier League: "When you see the keeper going forward, I think you always expect something like this happening but they normally never happen, that was just clutch from Ali.
"It's a great header, it is a great goal. That's the kind of moment where you react for the ball, but it's perfect and unstoppable.
"I remember I was injured, sitting on the chair and I jumped without really being able to.
"It was massive not just in that game but the whole season."
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The Portuguese forward also revealed what he told Darwin Nuñez before his match-winning brace against Newcastle earlier this season.
"[It was a] very tough game. I remember the ball bounces. I tried to press the midfield and it ends up with Mo [Salah]," Jota said. "What a pass and what a finish, you don't normally see a team comeback with ten men – especially Newcastle away.
"The goal meant a lot to him [Nuñez], particularly the first one, because he hadn't been starting games. I said to him 'We're going to win this game, focus again, because we are going to win it and he scores the second. I think the belief is there."