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‘Everyone will feel Mane’s World Cup absence’

21 November 2022
‘Everyone will feel Mane’s World Cup absence’


Agency :
Senegal coach Aliou Cisse said Sadio Mane's absence from the World Cup will be felt by fans across the globe, after the forward was ruled out of the tournament with a leg injury.
Mane, who came second to Karim Benzema in this year's Ballon D'Or vote for the world's best player, damaged his right fibula playing for Bayern Munich and his absence was confirmed on Thursday  in a crushing blow to Senegal's hopes for the tournament.
Senegal kick off their campaign against the Netherlands at Al Thumama Stadium today, and Cisse said the spectacle would be poorer without African football's star attraction.
"We're not just talking about the Senegalese people here. I think people all over the world," he told reporters on Sunday.
"The whole football family is saddened by what has happened because he was the second-best player in the world and he represents the African continent, as well as representing Senegal.
"It's very, very sad for him. Especially, we wish him a speedy recovery. I hope he gets back to playing football as quickly as possible."
Senegal forward Krepin Diatta described Mane as the team's leader.
"When you talk about the spirit and the morale, of course, it affects you," Diatta said. "He is our best player. He's a leader in that respect. Of course, we would have liked him to be here but God decided otherwise.

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