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I'm From A Tiny Village, But Now When I Play No One In Senegal Works- Sadio Mané Reveals

Sadio Mané is indeed an icon and a savior in football to the people in Senegal. It is a fact and no one can dispute this fact. Mané has revealed to the world that, his people back home in Senegal or the Senegalese people do not work on the days that he plays football.

It is very obvious that, the way the Portuguese people see Cristiano Ronaldo as their legend, the Egyptians see Mohammed Salah as their God in football so does the people in Senegal see Sadio Mané as their savior.

Sadio Mané in his latest interview on Bayern Munich TV has told his current fans, new club and people around the world his dreams, how he rose to fame and what the Senegalese people do when he is playing football.

According to the video posted by Bayern Munich on their Facebook this morning, Sadio Mané revealed that, his greatest dream will be achieving trophies with Bayern Munich.

He also talked about his village. He said, he comes from a tiny village and it is very difficult for someone to get the opportunity to play professional football in the country and even Europe.

But that did not stop him from pursuing his dreams as a footballer. One other thing he said that has got most people talking is that, when he plays football or a game, no one in Senegal works on that day.

He said, "When I play a game, no one (in Senegal) works on that day." He also said he is very happy that he is able to put smiles on the faces of his parents and the people of Senegal.

Below is the link to the video posted by Bayern Munich on their Facebook platform this morning.

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