Senegal's Mane out injured for Bafana match


Liverpool and Senegal forward Sadio Mane has returned to the Premier League club earlier than scheduled after tweaking his hamstring on worldwide duty, the Senegal Football Federation has said.

The Reds sent a club physio to oversee the winger's fitness amid fears of a recurrence of the hamstring injury which sidelined him for the past four weeks.

Mané travelled to Polokwane with a member of Liverpool's physiotherapy department as the English Premier League side looked to keep an eye on his hamstring injury, and an agreement has been reached between club and country that will make sure he isn't risked further in Dakar.

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"He's fit to play - the only thing I would ask for is if they can make it in the first game it would be cool if he could come back". The forward's return was a big boost for Senegal, as he was included in the squad for their World Cup qualifier against South Africa on Friday (10 November).

Mane started Senegal's 2-0 victory over South Africa which confirmed their place at the 2018 World Cup. The Reds will be sweating over the his injury.

The Senegalese Football Federation informs the national and global opinion that following the match South Africa against Senegal Friday, November 10, 2017 in Polokwane, the player Sadio Mane was slightly felt from his old injury.

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Mane has now returned to Melwood where he will be assessed by Liverpool's medical staff to determine the full extent of the injury.

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