Mane ‘happy and proud to score 100 Premier League goals’

The Senegal international is only the third African to reach the milestone after his teammate Mohamed Salah and Chelsea legend Didier Drogba
Liverpool attacker Sadio Mane says he is happy and proud to have scored 100 Premier League goals, hoping to get more, and trophies as well.
The Senegal international latched onto a precise Mohamed Salah pass in the ninth minute to open the scoring against Watford at Vicarage Road on Saturday.
The Egyptian was also on target with Brazilian Roberto Firmino scoring a hat-trick to help the Reds to a healthy 5-0 win.
But eyes were on the Senegal international who became only the third African to score 100 league goals in the English game, behind Chelsea and Ivory Coast legend Didier Drogba and Salah.
“Honestly, when I came to the Premier League my dream was to score as many as I can and especially to win trophies,” Mane told Liverpool’s official portal.
Mane also commented on Salah’s fine effort. The Pharaohs’ captain danced past three defenders before firing his effort beyond the Hornets’ goalkeeper.
Just before the international break, the attacker had also managed to get past three Manchester City defenders before scoring in the 2-2 draw and his teammate has now ranked the two goals.

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