Divock Origi and two Liverpool players react after what Sadio Mane posted on Instagram late last night
Divock Origi and two Liverpool players have reacted to Sadio Mane’s post on Instagram late last night – after the Bayern Munich man provided an update on the injury which has ruled him out of the World Cup.
Mane has missed out on representing Senegal in Qatar over the next month after picking up a leg injury while playing for Bayern.
Of course, the 30-year-old made the switch to Germany over the summer after a six-year spell at Anfield. The winger formed an integral part of the Liverpool side that managed to win every club trophy during his time there.
After suffering a huge blow and being ruled out of Senegal’s World Cup campaign, Mane posted on Instagram to provide an update on his injury.
Origi and two Liverpool players react to Mane post
Mane wrote: “Good evening all, many of you have sent messages of support following my injury.
“Thank God, the surgery I had in the middle of the week went well. I wanna take this opportunity to thank and show my appreciation to you all.
“This Monday, our dear country will compete in the World Cup, Qatar 2022. I am sure the Lions will transcend and approach every game as a true finale.
“I am also convinced that all Senegalese will be in front of the small screen to support and encourage our valiant national team.
“Like all the unconditional in the Taniere, I am convinced that my teammates will fight as one man and as they usually do to honor our dear. Long live Senegal, come on.”
And Mane’s former teammates flocked beneath the post to show their support.
Both Jordan Henderson and Harvey Elliott replied with heart emojis, while Divock Origi left a folding hands emoji underneath.
Xerdan Shaqiri also sent a message of support to Mane as he wrote: “Comeback stronger my brother.”
It’s great to see Mane’s former teammates offering him support during a difficult period for him.
He played a pivotal role in guiding Senegal to the World Cup and it’s a cruel blow that he will not be able to play in the tournament.
Liverpool have missed Mane’s influence off the left-hand side this season but seem to be slowly adjusting to life without the Senegalese winger, with Darwin Nunez putting in some promising displays earlier this month.
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