Sadio Mane is amongst the most successful African Players in Premier League. What makes him completely different from others is his simplicity manner, he is known for his humble nature and someone who always remembers his background and friends from Senegal.
During this international break, Sadio Mane was spotted with his friends in Africa eating mangos in a simple place. The post about the same in Facebook account named 'Glory Glory Man United' has attracted the attention of many as they have been touched by his simplicity manner. This seems to be ironical to many as being in Sadio Mane position, having money many would opt to live an expensive life and forget about poor friends.
Many fans have raised comments praising Sadio Mane for his nature of living and for being supportive to his community in Senegal. One of the comments made by sultan reads 'I highly respect the player. He lives in simplicity...." Many praise him for his support to his homeland
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