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"He will die for Liverpool" .. Praises Mani's guerrilla in the deadly goal




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The goal scored by the Senegalese striker in injury time rather than lost was behind victory Liverpool 2-1 on the host Aston Villa After a brilliant comeback, the guests were losing with a clean goal scored by the Egyptian Mahmoud Hassan (Trezeguet).

But the most striking thing about Liverpool fans in Mani's goal, besides his ideal timing, was the command of the star who didn't fear Aston Villa defender Jonathan Kodjia, who had already hit his head and his determination to hit the ball. against the home team despite the possibility of serious injury.

The photos taken for a moment show Mane heading the ball, Cudjia's shoes and have already struck the striker's head, but that did not change the course of the ball that fell on Aston Villa, fortunately for Liverpool and the fans.

A Liverpool fan said on Twitter Twitter Image caption: "I love this man (Mani) He will die for Liverpool. It is a true myth. "

Another added: "If Mani's kick wasn't in the net, the referee would have to show the red card against the Aston Villa defender."

Mane, who was booed by fans after claiming to be in the penalty area, played a key role, missed a header in the first half and the Aston Villa goalkeeper blocked his attempts in the second half before scoring the winner.

The Senegal captain said: "It was an ideal corner kick execution and in the end I was lucky enough to get into the net. We didn't do our best today but we deserved the three points."

"Aston Villa have been considered to be the most under pressure team we've ever had, which is why it's the best league in the world. Every game can be like that."

With two goals from Andy Robertson and Manny, Liverpool raised their score to 31 points, maintaining a six-point lead over Manchester City, who won 2-1 at home in Southampton on Saturday.

The city visits Liverpool next week in a game that will play a major role in shaping the course of the season.

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The Senegal striker's goal at halftime was behind Liverpool's 2-1 win at Aston Villa after a brilliant comeback, with visitors losing 1-0 to Egypt's Mahmoud Hassan (Trezeguet).

But the most striking thing about Liverpool fans in Mani's goal, besides his ideal timing, was the command of the star who didn't fear Aston Villa defender Jonathan Kodjia, who had already hit his head and his determination to hit the ball. against the home team despite the possibility of serious injury.

The photos taken for a moment show Mane heading the ball, Cudjia's shoes and have already struck the striker's head, but that did not change the course of the ball that fell on Aston Villa, fortunately for Liverpool and the fans.

"I love this man (Manny). He will die for Liverpool. He is a true legend," a Liverpool fan said on Twitter.

Another added: "If Mani's kick wasn't in the net, the referee would have to show the red card against the Aston Villa defender."

Mane, who was booed by fans after claiming to be in the penalty area, played a key role, missed a header in the first half and the Aston Villa goalkeeper blocked his attempts in the second half before scoring the winner.

"It was a perfect corner kick and in the end I was lucky enough to get on the net," said the Senegal captain. "We didn't do our best today, but we deserve the three points."

"Aston Villa have been the most under pressure team so far, which is why it is the best league in the world. Every game can be like that."

With two goals from Andy Robertson and Manny, Liverpool raised their score to 31 points, maintaining a six-point lead over Manchester City, who won 2-1 at home in Southampton on Saturday.

The city visits Liverpool next week in a game that will play a major role in shaping the course of the season.


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