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Bayern Munich star spoke with an injured Wolfsberger player

Sadio

Bayern Munich star Sadio Mane has always drawn the attention of football fans to his kind heart. Bayern brought the player from Liverpool this summer as a replacement for Robert Lewandowski. Sadio has since then taken his time to adapt to the fast-flowing, high-pressing German football.

Mane suffered the injury in Bayern Munich’s 6-1 win over Werder Bremen just a few days ahead of the World Cup. The 26-player list to represent Senegal in the world cup held in Qatar included Mane in it. He was later removed from the squad after his injury was declared to be serious. Senegal is now competing in the World cup and has a good chance to make it into the knockout stages. However, the country still misses Mane’s abilities up front.

Bayern Munich player Sadio Mane spent an hour talking to the 20-year-old injured player

Mane was recovering from the knee injury he suffered back in Bundesliga. He underwent surgery in the same hospital that Scharfetter a 20-year-old Wolfsberger player was in. Scharfetter himself confirmed the hour-long talk he had with Mane.

“I had surgery on Thursday and in the evening, I saw on Instagram that Sadio Mané was in the same clinic as me.

“We talked for probably an hour, Mané is such a nice person. He said that my injury would only make me stronger and that I should give 110%. The last thing he said was: Maybe we’ll play a Champions League final together.”

Bayern Munich released an official confirmation of Mane’s recovery.

“Sadio Mane underwent successful surgery in Innsbruck by Prof Christian Fink and Dr Andy Williams from London on Thursday evening. During the operation, a tendon was reattached to the head of his right fibula.”

Mane’s kindness has always been his stand-out character and football fans sure appreciate him for his kindness.

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