Sadio Mane, a star for Bayern Munich and the Senegal national team, has 200 club goals.
Sadio Mane continued his outstanding goal-scoring form in Bayern Munich's resounding victory over Viktoria Plzen on Wednesday night.
The former Liverpool forward experienced a six-game dry spell after a scorching start to life with the Bundesliga's juggernauts. Mane has been in incredible form since the international break, though.
After scoring his first goal for Bayern Munich in the Champions League on last Tuesday, Mane continued to score similarly as Bayern Munich easily advanced to the round of 16.
His goal against Viktoria ensured he achieved a personal goal-scoring milestone, scoring his 200th club goal, as reported by GOAL. Throughout his career, he has played for clubs in France, Austria, England, and now Germany.
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The 30-year-old international from Senegal skillfully handled a pass from the wings before advancing on goal and executing an inch-perfect give-and-go with Leon Goretzka to put the ball in the back of the net.
His goal broke the game’s deadlock as Thomas Muller and Goretzka gave the Bavarians their fourth win on the trot in the Champions League, sealing qualification for the next phase of the competition.
Breakdown of Mane’s 200 club goals
Mane banged 120 goals during his six-year stint with Liverpool, netting 45 times for RB Salzburg, 25 for Southampton, 2 for FC Metz and 8 for Bayern Munich.
Mane breaks Champions League goal-scoring duck for Bayern
Senegal and Bayern Munich Star Sadio Mane Reaches 200 Club Goals. Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Sadio Mane has rediscovered his goal-scoring form after netting his debut UEFA Champions League goal for German giants Bayern Munich on Tuesday afternoon.
The Senegalese forward bamboozled his way through a sea of defenders before firing home with his left foot from inside the box.
In a video posted on social media, the forward took his chance to extend the Bavarians' lead to 3-0 against Viktoria Plzen before half time.
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