Sadio Mane ‘good friends’ with Mohamed Salah again


The Senegal worldwide was incensed at the Egyptian for not passing a ball to him during the Reds' 3-0 win over Burnley at Turf Moor before the global break.

When he was taken off, the Senegal forward could be seen walking past manager, Jurgen Klopp and shouting at a member of Liverpool's staff on the bench. While the source of Mane's outburst was not sure, many believed it to be a direct result of not being passed the ball from his teammate, something the 27-year-old has now confirmed to Canal+.

Mane's team-mates had to intervene to calm down the Liverpool FC no10, who couldn't contain his frustration with Salah's selfish behaviour during the league clash.

"Keeping those three fit is vital to Liverpool and Klopp's hopes of success this season, with the opening few weeks of this season confirming the European champions mean business in the Premier League".

"These are things that happen in football".

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"Generally you need to say issues head to head".

"Sometimes it happens that I am not given the pass, but we have reconciled and become the good friends we were before".

Mane scored twice and Salah moreover got on the scoresheet as Liverpool recorded a 3-1 ranking in opposition to Newcastle on Saturday, as they unfolded a 5 level lead at the live of the Premier League table following Manchester City's shock defeat at Norwich.

"Each at times it occurs that I'm now not given the mosey, nonetheless we now bear reconciled and turn out to be the correct company we were sooner than".