Off the field, if we can say something about the Liverpool striker, it is his great humility that makes him an outstanding player. Less than a year after being filmed helping the assistants unload the water bottles from the national team bus, other revelations about the Senegalese star have surfaced.
In an interview with the BBC, Al-Thabi, imam of a Liverpool mosque, revealed that despite his great influence and popularity, Sadio Mané is a humble player. According to the imam, Mané goes to the mosque by ordinary car although he owns a Bentley. He also helps with cleaning the mosque toilets.
“He often comes to the mosque. At home, he has a Bentley, but he comes to the mosque in an ordinary car, so he is incognito. “
“He is not someone who likes to be seen. He is not arrogant. It helps in cleaning toilets. Sadio comes from a poor community. He’s the kind of guy who always wants to help others. He has a lot of initiatives and helped build a mosque in his home village , ”he added.
The Imam of a Liverpool Mosque : “Sadio often comes to the mosque. At home he has a Bentley but he comes to us in an ordinary car.
He’s not out seeking attention and nor is he arrogant. He even helps clean the Mosque toilet.”
The simplicity of Sadio Mane ❤️ pic.twitter.com/YaVuIInmgZ
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Sadio Mané built a school, a hospital, a mosque and a stadium in his village, Bambali.