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Stunning video of Sadio Mane's Bayern Munich debut shows Liverpool are going to miss him

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Stunning video of Sadio Mane's Bayern Munich debut shows Liverpool are going to miss him

A stunning video of Sadio Mane's Bayern Munich debut shows Liverpool are going to miss him this season.

Mane scored on his Bundesliga debut as Bayern thrashed Eintracht Frankfurt 6-1 on Friday.

He starred in attack as he impressed following his £35 million transfer from Liverpool this summer.

His individual highlights make for impressive viewing and shows Jurgen Klopp will miss his former star man.

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Mane was a constant threat against Frankfurt and often dropped deep to pick up the ball to influence the game.

He was pivotal in the build-up to Jamal Musiala's goal and linked up nicely with his new teammates.

The Senegalese marked his first German league match with a goal, as he brilliantly headed home in the first half.

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Needless to say, Mane's showing against Frankfurt got fans talking online.

One Twitter user wrote: "This guy was a big impact at 3 of 6 goals and on every goal outside a freekick or Corner. That's really special in his first Bundesliga game."

A second tweeted: "What a signing."

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A third added: "The influence he has is too much."

Mane's outstanding appearance for Bayern will ease the pain of losing Robert Lewandowski to Barcelona.

The 30-year-old appears set to have a scintillating campaign for his new side.

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Mane and Co resume their Bundesliga campaign next Sunday when they host Wolfsburg.

Featured Image Credit: Bundesliga

Topics: Football, Sadio Mane, Liverpool, Bayern Munich

Nasir Jabbar
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