Sadio Mane says Liverpool's game changed after losing UCL final against Real Madrid

Sadio Mane says Liverpool's game changed after losing UCL final against Real Madrid

Senegal international Sadio Mane who currently plays for Premier League side Liverpool has spoken about the Reds' superb form this season in all competitions.

Liverpool are arguably the best club in the Premier League this term considering how they have been topping the table since when the 2019/20 season started.

Manager of the club Jurgen Klopp has been able to change the fortune of the side totally this season as they remain the only unbeaten club after 23 games played.

Last season, Liverpool only lost one Premier League game and they had to wait till the last day of the season before losing the title to Manchester City.

But this time around, Jurgen Klopp and his men have been tipped to win the Premier League title considering their superb performances so far.

And Sadio Mane who has been in great form for the Anfield club has stated that Liverpool's defeat against Real Madrid in the Champions League final changed their game.

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Liverpool were in great form last two seasons when they got to the final if the Champions League before losing 3-1 against Real Madrid which was Cristiano Ronaldo's last game for Los Blancos.

Mohamed Salah got injured in the encounter after being tackled by Sergio Ramos and he was forced to leave the pitch which changed Liverpool's plan for the match.

Jurgen Klopp had to put Sadio Mane alone in front after Mohamed Salah left the pitch and rhe Senegalese scored the equalizer for the Reds which made it 1-1 before Liverpool conceded two more goals.

'"What you have seen in these last few years, everything is possible and we can do it and do it again. We just need to be hungry in a good way and push ourselves until the end of the season.

''When we lost the final against Real Madrid, I think from that everything changed and we said to ourselves that it is possible,'' Sadio Mane told the Reds' website.

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Earlier, had reported how Liverpool maintained their unbeaten run in the Premier League this season with another hard-earned 2-1 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Molineux Stadium.

The Reds got the game started on a bright note with exciting attacking moves but none of their early shots was able to hot target.

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