Sadio Mane Set To Miss Some Upcoming Fixtures For Liverpool After Scan On His Injured Leg.

Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp gives an update on Sadio Mane's injury, saying that it was unclear what happened to the Senegalese forward and Caf African best footballer, but he should be out of action for close to two or three weeks...

The 27-year-old Sadio Mane, tiredly sat on the pitch, as he signalled to the Liverpool bench that he needed to come off just after 32 minutes into the Premier League game with Wolves at the Moleneux Staduim last Thursday night.

Sadio Mane falls on the green grass at the moleneux stadium

Mane pulled up, chasing a pass from Mohamed Salah not so long after a Jordan Henderson header goal through a corner kick from Trent Alexander-Arnold as Liverpool took the lead in the first half, he was subtituted and replaced with the new Attacking Midfielder from Red Bull Salzburg Takumi Minamino.

The match went soar for Liverpool as they felt the absence of their No.10 man when wolves got an equalizing goal from Jimenez, Liverpool struggled further the game, and after an 85 minutes Firmino scored the winning goal which ended the match 2-1 in favor of the Jürgen Klopp's men.

The absence of the former Southampton forward, having scored 11 goals and 6 assist in the league this season would be a major blow to Liverpool, as he plays a vital role in the teams successful run of form since the start of the 2019/20 season.

Sadio Manè leaving the hospital

Cloud Nine Sports Understands, that Mane was seen leaving the Liverpool hospital after he underwent a scan on his hamstring injury on Friday along with a friend. He smiled as he posed for a selfie with a local taxi driver, but looks upset to miss some of the next upcoming fixtures for Liverpool.

"It's sad that Sadio Mane is injured but hopefully, it's not a serious and bad injury just a muscle tweak".

"It's difficult enough. We will be without him for close to 21 days, Sunday Shrewsbury, Wednesday at West Ham, Saturday Southampton and maybe if fair enough, he may be available for the round of 16 first-leg trip to the Wanda Metropolitano, in the Champions league game against Atleticò Madrid on 18th February"...says the German technician Jürgen Klopp.

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