Liverpool's Mane out for six weeks with hamstring injury


Liverpool forward Sadio Mane will miss his side's crucial clash against Manchester United and is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after suffering a hamstring during Senegal's 2-0 win over Cape Verde on Saturday (7 October).

The 25-year-old picked up the injury in the latter stages of Senegal's 2-0 win over the Cape Verde Islands on Saturday.

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The speedster sustained the problem in that encounter, with scans showing the damage is substantial enough to keep him out of action for over a month.

Mane has been limited to five league outings this season following his red card against Manchester City on September 9.

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Both Champions League games against Maribor as well as the visit of Sevilla makes up the period of his expected absence too, along with the Anfield matches against Huddersfield and Southampton plus West Ham away.

Mané, who scored 13 Premier League goals last season despite missing the whole of January due to the African Nations Cup and the final six weeks of the campaign with a knee injury, has three in four league matches so far.

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He return to Klopp's starting line-up for the draw at Newcastle before the worldwide break but now faces yet more time on the sidelines.