- Sadio Mane scored his first Bundesliga goal as Bayern Munich thrashed Eintracht Frankfurt 6-1 on Friday, August 5
- The Senegalese forward spent time celebrating with the traveling Bayern Munich supporters at full-time at the Deutsche Bank Park
- Bayern Munich are aiming to win an 11th straight Bundesliga title and their first since Mane joined the club from Liverpool
Sadio Mane is already feeling at home with the Bayern Munich supporters despite just joining the Bundesliga club this summer from Liverpool.
The 30-year-old Senegalese forward was on the scoresheet as Bayern Munich thrashed Eintracht Frankfurt 6-1 in the Bundesliga opening game at the Deutsche Bank Park.
According to Give Me Sport, Mane marked the victory in a truly memorable fashion as he got up close and personal with the Bayern Munich supporters in the stand.
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The ex-Liverpool forward was seen climbing the fencing that the away supporters were seated behind, eventually landing with a megaphone in his hands, and overall appearing to be having the time of his life.
Joshua Kimmich, Benjamin Pavard, Jamal Musiala, and Serge Gnabry also registered their names on the scoreboard as Bayern Munich cruised to a comfortable win.
Frenkie de Jong wants a move to Bayern Munich over Manchester United
Meanwhile, Barcelona midfielder, Frenkie de Jong is pushing to join Bayern Munich rather than English Premier League club, Manchester United.
Manchester United has been in negotiations with Barcelona over the transfer of De Jong as the 25-year-old is said to be Erik ten Hag’s number one transfer target this window.
Mane scores on Bundesliga debut
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Bayern Munich got their quest for an 11th consecutive Bundesliga title off to the best possible start, thrashing an overwhelmed Eintracht Frankfurt 6-1 away at Deutsche Bank Park on Friday.
Former Liverpool forward Sadio Mane scored on his league debut when he nudged a 28th-minute header past goalkeeper Kevin Trapp.
The Senegalese was one of five different goal scorers for Munich, allaying fears Bayern may be toothless up front after the summer exit to Barcelona of Robert Lewandowski.