Sadio Mane says Salah and himself are "really good friends" despite recent fall-out

Sadio Mane says Salah and himself are "really good friends" despite recent fall-out

- Sadio Mane has stated clearly that he has no issue with Liverpool teammate Mohamed Salah

- The Senegalese star was furious with Salah last month for his refusal to pass the ball to him

- But Mane has explained that the issue has been put behind claiming they are good friends

Liverpool striker Sadio Mane has confirmed that he still has superb relationship with teammate Mohamed Salah despite their recent fall out in the Premier League.

In September, the Senegal international was seen livid with Mohamed Salah in Liverpool's win over Burnley due to the Egyptian's failure to pass to him.

Sadio Mane was later substituted in the second half of the match in which fans and many football lovers are of the believe that there is a rift between the two African stars.

And ahead of Liverpool's Champions League encounter with RB Salzburg on Wednesday night, October 2, Sadio Mane explained that he has put the issue behind him.

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''I think things can happen in football. I feel a little bit frustrated because it's football you want to score more goals.

"You can see Man City eight, six, seven nil. You can see it, no? So, for me and for the team it is really important for us to score as many goals as we can.

"But it can happen because he didn't see me and I was a bit frustrated. But we come out of it as really, really good friends,'' Sadio Mane explained according to the report on Liverpool echo.

Sadio Mane has scored four Premier League goals this season as Liverpool occupy first position on the standings winning all their games so far.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Sadio Mane's recent row with Liverpool teammate Mohamed Salah during the 3-0 win at Burnley was enjoyed by team captain Jordan Henderson.

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The Senegalese international was angry after he got substituted for Divock Origi, shortly after Salah refused to pass the ball to him when the Reds had a scoring chance.

But skipper Henderson saw the funny side of the incident when he was asked if Mane had displayed that act of anger before.

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