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Sadio Mané Becomes Senegalese Top Scorer in Premier League

Enjoying what seems to be one of the best seasons of his career, Sadio Mané becomes the top Senegalese Premier League scorer.

The story will retain this appointment of Monday, April 16, 2018.

The Senegalese striker of the Reds owes this nomination to his 44 goals scored in the first league. He breaks the record of former Chelsea player Demba Ba by one point.

African football goes up in rank

His teammate Mohamed Salah became Monday, April 16, 2018, the first African player to reach the scale of 30 goals in the Premier League in a single season.

Champions League

Sadio Mané has 7 goals so far in the Champions League for the current season alone. The Gabonese Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is also 7 achievements in C1.

Even if the record of goals scored in C1 by an African will know a new player, it remains that the former captain of the indomitable lions of Cameroon Samuel Eto’o continues to write the beautiful letters of African football on the side of KonyaSpor.

In 2017, the Senegalese international, offensive midfielder of the English club Liverpool, Sadio Mané, has been named the best Senegalese player.

Sadio Mané, who received this distinction for the fourth consecutive year, a record, collected 296 points at the end of the vote organized by the association of the national sports press.

A fair value distinction.

He advanced for ” The Golden Ball ” Senegal, defenders Kalidou Koulibaly (Naples / ITA) and Kara Mbodji (Anderlecht / BEL).

25-year-old Sadio Mané, who has been rewarded for his performances with Liverpool, which he has become an essential element, also led the national team to qualify for the World Cup-2018, after a first participation that went back to 2002.

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