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Sadio Mane Makes Stunning Prediction on the Nation That Will Win AFCON in Huge Surprise
- Senegal have started their campaign in the 2021 African Cup of Nations on a brighter note beating Zimbabwe 1-0
- Liverpool striker Sadio Mane scored the winning goal and he has now predicted his country to win the title
- In the last African Cup of Nations in Egypt, Algeria beat Senegal in the final which was a painful result for Mane
Sadio Mane who plays for Premier League giants Liverpool has sounded it clear that his nation Senegal will fight to win the 2021 African Cup of Nations going on in Cameroon.
The super striker made this prediction after helping Senegal to beat Zimbabwe in their opening match at the ongoing African Cup on Nations on Monday afternoon, January 9.
At the last edition of the African Cup of Nations held in Egypt, Sadio Mane and his teammates got to the final of the tournament before losing to Algeria.
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“I have a special message for my good friend - Naby Keita and Mo Salah. Unfortunately, I can’t play against two teams in the final, so I have to play against one.”
“Senegal to win 1-0 in the final. I want to say good luck to all of you, I will see you soon.”
Viral video of Senegal's star Man Sadio Mane pulling of the dance moves pleases fans
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how football fans got to see why Liverpool and Senegal striker Sadio Mane is so elusive on the field.
Mane is seen in a video shared by the Senegal Football Federation shaking what his mama gave him alongside a saxophonist and dancing singers.
The video was taken when Senegal departed for the 2021 African Cup of Nations in Senegal.
Mane scored a penalty with the very last kick of the game as the Lions of Teranga saw off a stubborn Zimbabwe in a group B encounter at the Kouekong Stadium in Bafoussam.
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