Sadio Mane Warns Liverpool Teammates About Senegal Star

Sadio Mane Warns Liverpool Teammates About Senegal Star

Sadio Mane Warns Liverpool Teammates About Senegal Star

Liverpool FC will return to Premier League action on Saturday evening when they host Arsenal at Anfield.

Liverpool forward Sadio Mane has stated that he believes Watford's club-record signing Ismaila Sarr has the pace to "kill" teammate Andy Robertson when they face off in December, while also discussing the supreme talent of his Senegal compatriot.

"It was the first time previous year that we played a season like this - how can we take for granted that we will play like this again?" Why not us? I think we can do it, ' Aubameyang told Sky Sports.

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The former Southampton star was then asked about his thoughts on the move, with him replying: "Wow, a bit jealous, because I won't see him in Liverpool".

The solid Liverpool defense we had grown accustomed to last season has started to show cracks this term, perhaps largely down to the absence of goalkeeper Alisson who sustained a calf injury in the opening game of the season.

"We are very close to achieve that every player can be ready to play". We are going to play 38 in total, so really to be in this moment with the possibility on Saturday to achieve first position is wonderful and a really big possibility.

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"Last season he was fantastic". He'll bring us speed and excellent finishing'. The Spanish midfielder made his first start in the win over Burnley and provided assists on both goals, scored by Alexander Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

"I feel I need to protect him at the beginning because even though he is a really good player it is not easy in the Premier League, because I had that sort of problem". It's a bit of a different job, ' the Gabon global said.

This fixture has produced several high-scoring encounters in recent years - six of the last seven fixtures have seen four goals or more - and you have to go back to August 2015 for the last 0-0 draw, the only goalless match since 1999.

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