- Alphonso Davies, Sadio Mane's teammate at Bayern Munich, claims that the former Liverpool player has adapted quickly to his new surroundings
- Mane has scored two goals in his first three competitive games for the Bundesliga champions which have impressed his fellow teammate
- Mane ranks third for sprints at Bayern Munich behind current club top scorer Jamal Musiala and Alphonso Davies
Sadio Mane’s exploits at Bayern Munich is not going unnoticed by his fellow teammates after an explosive start to the season from the Senegalese striker.
Mane’s goal was instrumental to help Bayern Munich secure the Super Cup and the former Liverpool striker also netted in the opening Bundesliga game for the German champions.
According to Bundesliga, Mane’s teammate, Alphonso Davies has now hailed the impact of the 30-year-old forward at the club, describing him as a top player.
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"Sadio Mane, you see this guy, he’s a top player. He's hard-working, he's fast, we try to get the ball to him as much as possible because he's a very quick guy. So, yeah, he's a good player, we're happy to have him here.”
Alphonso Davies also revealed he loves playing together with Mane whom he says sometimes can be too humble for his stature as a top footballer.
Mane makes a generous gesture to 150 Liverpool staff
Meanwhile, Sadio Mane will not be forgotten easily at Anfield after ending his 6-year relationship with Liverpool to join Bayern Munich this summer.
The packages each included a handwritten card as well as chocolates and a portrait of the Senegalese striker.
Mane enjoying life in Germany as he celebrates with Bayern Munich fans
Earlier, Sports Brief reported 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.
Mane marked the victory in a truly memorable fashion as he got up close and personal with the Bayern Munich supporters in the stand.
Source: Sports Brief News