Sadio Mané

Sadio Mané (born 10 April 1992) is a Senegalese professional footballer who plays as a winger for Premier League club Liverpool and the Senegal national team. Having begun his career with Metz in France, he transferred to Red Bull Salzburg in 2012. After winning the Austrian Bundesliga and Austrian Cup in 2014, he was signed by Southampton. In 2015, Mané set a new Premier League record for the fastest hat-trick when he scored three times in 176 seconds during a 6–1 win over Aston Villa. He transferred to Liverpool in 2016 for a fee of £34 million, making him the most expensive African player in history at that time. Since joining Liverpool, Mané among other achievements scored in the 2018 UEFA Champions League Final.



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Sadio Mané
Mané playing for Senegal at the 2018 FIFA World Cup
Personal information
Full name Sadio Mané[1]
Date of birth (1992-04-10) 10 April 1992 (age 26)
Place of birth Sédhiou, Senegal
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)[2]
Playing position Winger[3]
Club information
Current team
Number 10
Youth career
Génération Foot
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2011–2012 Metz 22 (2)
2012–2014 Red Bull Salzburg 63 (31)
2014–2016 Southampton 67 (21)
2016– Liverpool 85 (40)
National team
2012 Senegal U23 4 (0)
2012– Senegal 59 (15)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 17 March 2019
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 22:00, 23 March 2019

Sadio Mané (born 10 April 1992) is a Senegalese professional footballer who plays as a winger for Premier League club Liverpool and the Senegal national team.

Having begun his career with Metz in France, he transferred to Red Bull Salzburg in 2012. After winning the Austrian Bundesliga and Austrian Cup in 2014, he was signed by Southampton. In 2015, Mané set a new Premier League record for the fastest hat-trick when he scored three times in 176 seconds during a 6–1 win over Aston Villa.[4] He transferred to Liverpool in 2016 for a fee of £34 million, making him the most expensive African player in history at that time.[5][6] Since joining Liverpool, Mané among other achievements scored in the 2018 UEFA Champions League Final.

Mané has earned over 50 caps for Senegal since his debut in 2012, and represented the national team at the 2012 Olympics, 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, 2017 Africa Cup of Nations and the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Club career

Early career

Born in Sédhiou, Sénégal, Mané started his career at the Académie Génération Foot, Senegalese football academy.[7]

Mané made his professional debut for Metz on 14 January 2012, coming on as a substitute for Kévin Diaz in the 75th minute of a 0–1 home defeat against Bastia in Ligue 2.[8] He made 19 appearances in his first league season, 12 as a starter, and scored a solitary goal in a 2–5 loss to Guingamp at the Stade Saint-Symphorien on 4 May.[9] Metz were relegated to the Championnat National at the end of the season.

Red Bull Salzburg

Mané (right) playing for Red Bull Salzburg in 2013

On 31 August 2012, Mané moved to Austrian Bundesliga side Red Bull Salzburg for the third biggest transfer fee that FC Metz had ever received.[10][11] The fee was believed to be €4 million.[12]

He scored his first hat-trick for the club on 31 October, in a 3–1 away win at Kalsdorf in the third round of the Austrian Cup.[13]

On 27 October 2013, he netted his first hat-trick in the Austrian Bundesliga, during a 3–0 win away to Grödig.[14] He scored another treble on 7 May 2014 as Salzburg won 7–0 at Horn in the cup semi-finals;[15] the season ended with the team winning a domestic double. At the end of August 2014 Mané forced a transfer out of the club, by not coming to the training and to the most important game for Salzburg at that time to qualify for the Champions League.[16]


2014–15 season

On 1 September 2014, Mané transferred to Premier League side Southampton for £11.8 million, signing a four-year contract.[17] He made his debut 22 days later in a 2–1 League Cup victory over Arsenal, winning the penalty for Southampton's first goal.[18] He made his first league appearance for the club in another 2–1 victory over Queens Park Rangers on 27 September, starting and assisting Ryan Bertrand for the first goal of the game.[19] He scored his first goal for the club in an 8–0 victory over Sunderland on 18 October,[20] although this was subsequently credited as an own goal by Patrick van Aanholt.[21] He did, however, score his first goal in his next game, a 1–0 win over Stoke City a week later.[22]

In December and January he scored in three successive matches, against Crystal Palace,[23] Chelsea[24] and Arsenal.[25] Mané scored two late winning goals in 1–0 league victories at Queens Park Rangers on 7 February 2015 and at home to Crystal Palace on 3 March respectively.[26][27] However, Mané had been dropped from Southampton's starting line-up for their 0–2 home defeat to Liverpool on 22 February as a punishment for being late to the stadium.[28]

On 16 May, during Southampton's final home match of the season, Mané scored three times in 2 minutes 56 seconds in a 6–1 win over Aston Villa to set a new Premier League record for the fastest hat-trick. The record had been held since 1994 by Robbie Fowler, who scored three against Arsenal in 4 minutes and 33 seconds.[4] Mané finished the season with 10 goals from 32 appearances in all competitions.

2015–16 season

Mané (right) playing for Southampton in 2015

Mané began the 2015–16 season by registering two assists in the UEFA Europa League third qualifying round first leg match with Vitesse Arnhem at home and scoring in the return leg, as Southampton eased through to the next round 5–0 on aggregate.[29][30] On 2 December, he took 39 seconds to open the scoring against Liverpool in the quarter-finals of the League Cup, but the Saints eventually lost 6–1 at home.[31]

On 2 January 2016, he was again dropped from the starting line-up by manager Ronald Koeman for a match at Norwich City when he turned up late for a pre-match meeting.[32] He received a straight red card on 12 March at the end of a 2–1 win at Stoke City for a collision into Erik Pieters,[33] although this was quickly overturned on appeal.[34][35]

Having failed to score in the league for over four months, Mané scored twice in a 3–2 victory over Liverpool on 20 March 2016,[36] followed by five goals in the next five matches, including a hat-trick in a 4–2 victory against Manchester City on 1 May.[37] He finished the season as Southampton's top scorer, with 15 goals in all competitions.


Mané playing for Liverpool in 2017

On 28 June 2016, Mané joined Liverpool for a transfer fee of £34 million on a five-year contract. The transfer fee made him the most expensive African player in history at the time.[5][38] On 14 August, he made his Premier League debut for the Reds, scoring the fourth goal in a 4–3 away win against Arsenal.[39] Having missed Liverpool's defeat at Burnley through a slight shoulder injury, Mane returned to the starting line-up against Burton Albion in the League Cup where he had two assists in a 5–0 win.[40]

On 19 December, Mané scored the only goal of the 227th Merseyside derby in added time against Everton at Goodison Park.[41] On 11 February 2017, Mané scored two goals within two minutes against Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield, for Liverpool's first league win in 2017.[42][43] On 20 April 2017, Mané was named in the PFA Team of the Year after scoring 13 league goals in his first season with Liverpool.[44] Despite missing the latter part of the campaign through injury, Mané was awarded the Liverpool Player of the Season award on 9 May 2017.[45]

In the first match of the new season, on 12 August 2017, away to Watford, Mané scored Liverpool's first goal of the season in a 3–3 draw. He was named Premier League Player of the Month after scoring a goal in each of the Reds' three matches in August.[46] On 9 September 2017, he was given a straight red card in the first half of a 5–0 loss to Manchester City for a high boot against goalkeeper Ederson,[47] resulting in a three-match ban.[48] Mané, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Philippe Coutinho made up a prolific attacking quartet dubbed the "Fab Four" and "Fab Three" after the mid-season exit of the latter.[49]

On 14 February 2018, Mané scored his first hat-trick for Liverpool in a 5–0 away win against Porto in the round of 16 first leg of the 2017–18 UEFA Champions League.[50] In doing so, he became only the second player to score an away hat-trick for the club in Europe.[51] Later, with a goal in the 3–0 win over AFC Bournemouth on 14 April, he overtook Demba Ba's record of 43 to become the highest scoring Senegalese in Premier League history.[52]

On 26 May, during the 2018 UEFA Champions League Final against Real Madrid, Mané scored Liverpool's equalizing goal in a 3–1 defeat.[53] In doing so, he became the first Senegalese player to score in the final of the competition. His goal was also his 10th for the campaign which saw Liverpool become the first team in history to have three players score 10+ goals in a single Champions League season, with Mané achieving the milestone alongside fellow forwards Salah and Firmino.[54]

On 22 November 2018, Mané signed new long-term deal with The Reds.[55]

On 10 March 2019, Mané scored twice in a 4–2 win over Burnley, the second of which was his 50th competitive goal for Liverpool.[56][57] His goals also saw him become only the fifth Liverpool player to score in six consecutive home Premier League appearances after Michael Owen, Fernando Torres, Luis Suárez and Salah.[58] Three days later, he scored twice more in a 3–1 win over Bayern Munich to help Liverpool progress to the quarter-finals of the Champions League. In doing so, he became the club's record goalscorer away from home in the competition with seven goals to his name.[59]

International career

Mané was part of the Senegal team at the 2012 Olympic tournament, and started every match as they advanced through Group A as runners-up to Great Britain before losing 4–2 after extra time in the quarter-finals to eventual champions Mexico.

Mané was ruled out of the Senegalese squad for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations after suffering a calf injury in Southampton's 2–0 win against Arsenal on 1 January 2015.[60] He later returned to the squad, and started in their final two group matches against South Africa and Algeria in a group stage exit.[61][62]

Mané represented Senegal at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon and scored a goal in each of the nation's opening two games, 2–0 wins against Tunisia and Zimbabwe.[63] After a goalless draw in the quarter-final clash against Cameroon, he missed in the penalty shootout as Senegal were eliminated.[64]

In May 2018, he was named in Senegal's 23-man squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.[65] He scored the opening goal in a 2–2 draw against Japan in the group stage.[66]

Personal life

Mané is a practising Muslim and often makes du'a before the start of each match.[67] He pursued a career in football despite his father forbidding him from playing the sport as a child.[68] He currently resides in Allerton and has been burgled twice, once in November 2017 and again in February 2019.[69][70]

Career statistics


As of match played 17 March 2019[71][72]
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League National Cup[lower-alpha 1] League Cup[lower-alpha 2] Europe Total
Metz 2011–12 Ligue 2 1910000191
2012–13 Championnat National 31001041
Total 222001000232
Red Bull Salzburg 2012–13 Austrian Bundesliga 2616332919
2013–14 Austrian Bundesliga 33134513[lower-alpha 3]55023
2014–15 Austrian Bundesliga 42113[lower-alpha 4]083
Total 633189001658745
Southampton 2014–15[73] Premier League 301000203210
2015–16[74] Premier League 371110233[lower-alpha 5]14315
Total 67211043317525
Liverpool 2016–17[75] Premier League 271300202913
2017–18[76] Premier League 2910200013[lower-alpha 4]104420
2018–19[77] Premier League 291700108[lower-alpha 4]33820
Total 85402030211311153
Career total 23694109834019296125
  1. Appearances in Austrian Cup and FA Cup
  2. Appearances in Coupe de la Ligue and EFL Cup
  3. Two appearances in UEFA Champions League, eleven appearances and five goals in UEFA Europa League
  4. 1 2 3 Appearances in UEFA Champions League
  5. Appearances in UEFA Europa League


As of matches played 13 October 2018[78]

International goals

As of match played 24 June 2018. Senegal score listed first, score column indicates score after each Mané goal (includes one unofficial goal).[79]
International goals by date, venue, cap, opponent, score, result and competition
No. Date Venue Cap Opponent Score Result Competition
1 2 June 2012Stade Léopold Sédar Senghor, Dakar, Senegal2 Liberia3–13–12014 FIFA World Cup qualification
2 14 November 2012Stade Général Seyni Kountché, Niamey, Niger6 Niger1–11–1Friendly
3 7 September 2013Stade de Marrakech, Marrakesh, Morocco12 Uganda1–01–02014 FIFA World Cup qualification
4 5 March 2014Stade Municipal Saint-Leu-la-Forêt, Saint-Leu-la-Forêt, France15 Mali1–01–1Friendly
5 5 September 2014Stade Léopold Sédar Senghor, Dakar, Senegal18 Egypt2–02–02015 Africa Cup of Nations qualification
6 10 September 2014Botswana National Stadium, Gaborone, Botswana19 Botswana1–02–0
7 13 June 2015Stade Léopold Sédar Senghor, Dakar, Senegal27 Burkina Faso3–13–12017 Africa Cup of Nations qualification
8 5 September 2015Sam Nujoma Stadium, Windhoek, Namibia28 Namibia2–02–0
9 13 November 2015Mahamasina Municipal Stadium, Antananarivo, Madagascar31 Madagascar2–22–22018 FIFA World Cup qualification
10 4 June 2016Prince Louis Rwagasore Stadium, Bujumbura, Burundi36 Burundi1–02–02017 Africa Cup of Nations qualification
11 15 January 2017Stade de Franceville, Franceville, Gabon41 Tunisia1–02–02017 Africa Cup of Nations
12 19 January 2017Stade de Franceville, Franceville, Gabon42 Zimbabwe1–02–0
13 27 March 2017Stade Sébastien Charléty, Paris, France45 Ivory Coast1–01–1Friendly
14 5 September 2017Stade du 4 Août, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso47 Burkina Faso2–22–22018 FIFA World Cup qualification
15 24 June 2018Central Stadium, Yekaterinburg, Russia54 Japan1–02–22018 FIFA World Cup


Red Bull Salzburg[71]




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