‘Whatever happens I will understand’ - Sadio Mane speaks on Liverpool’s title question

Tanya Simon
April 9, 2020

Håland faced Liverpool twice in the Champions League group stage this season with Red Bull Salzburg, scoring once in his former side's 4-3 loss.

As it stands the 2019/20 campaign has been suspended indefinitely and will only resume when it is deemed safe and appropriate to do so, although calls have been made to make the season null and void.

The trio's attacking prowess has catapulted Liverpool to a 25-point Premier League lead.

"I'm playing for the team, and the team is most important and I'm really happy to win trophies with my team but at the same time it has been my dream to win the Ballon d'Or", he told The Times as per Evening Standard.

And the Senegal worldwide said: 'I have always said I want to win trophies, the Champions League and the Premier League.

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Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool forwards - Mane, Salah and Firmino - have established themselves as one of the most feared units in the world in recent years.

The Senegal worldwide was also key in the Reds winning the Champions League last time out. If it doesn't happen, I will accept it.

"I hope that we can win it next year", he said regarding a hypothetical cancellation of the championship.

Meanwhile, in Belgium, Club Brugge could be crowned champions early after the Jupiler Pro League's board of directors recommended the season should be ended early.

'I don't feel like a champion yet. "I love my job and I love football, I want to win on the pitch".

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