Sadio Mané Bio
|Real Name:-||Sadio Mané|
|Nick Name:-||Mane, Sadio|
|Date of Birth:-||April 10, 1992|
|Age:-||26 Years Old (In 2018)|
|Place of Birth:-||Sédhiou, Senegal|
|Height:-||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Current teams:-||Liverpool F.C. (#19 / Forward)
Senegal national football team (#10 / Forward)
|Jersey Number:-||Liverpool #19
|Car Collection:-||Sports cars, BMW,|
|Hobbies:-||Playing football, Watching Movies, Video games, Swimming|
|Awards:-||CAF Africa’s finest XI|
|Net Worth:-||$18 million USD|
|Salary:-||£90,000 a week|
Sadio Mané Interesting & Unknown Facts
➡ Sadio mané does not drink alcohol by accepting his religion.
➡ In fact, his faith plays an important role in his life. Sadio prayed five times every day.
➡ Third Senegal International representing Men Liverpool In 2002, Self Dio and El Hadji Diouf were transferred to Liverpool.
➡ Sadio is the fastest Premier League hat-trick in history in 2015. His quick triangle also lost the record of Liverpool’s legendary Robbie Fowler, who scored three times in 33 seconds in four minutes.
➡ He was part of the Senegalese team, which draws 1-1 in the group stage at Old Trafford in London at the 2012 London Olympics against Great Britain.
➡ He followed the footsteps of former Liverpool defender Rigobert song and other Premier League legends such as Louis Saha, Papiss Cisse, Emmanuel Adebayor and Robert Pires when he started his career in the mood.
➡ Liverpool’s record attendance holder Ian Callaghan was born in international cricket, on 10 April, Senegal, although he is 50 years older than Men.
➡ Before the 2014 World Cup, Sadio made 14 goals in 48 matches for the Senegalese national team.
➡ He scored a 2-0 draw with Japan but left Senegal at the group stage.
➡ Sedio is featured in the 2012 African Cup of Nations list of the best player of his Liverpool career.
➡ Manna scored 13 goals, and five assists in 31 games, the PFA Premier League team.
➡ Mann played 2-2 draws in Sunderland before running for the 2017 African Cup of Nations.
➡ Sedio means Senegal footballer playing for Premier League club Liverpool FC.