Not content with having an average match, Sadio Mané became needlessly angry when pressed by Youssef Atal, even pleasing the Algerian provocateurs.
By Hyacinthe Dyandy – The Lions lost again (0-1) to rivals Algeria in a friendly match yesterday. The shock was all the more bitter because it was acknowledged at home and for the first time in the new temple of Senegalese football.
Obviously, we can talk about regrets, given the dominance of Aliu Cisse’s men in the first round where many chances were taken.
But in relation to the overall performance of the team, we might have noticed some individual failures that the Algerians took advantage of to demonstrate their professionalism. And in this practice, which “Senegal football” was eagerly waiting for, in this case Sadio Mané, completely missed his match.
Not satisfied with play being stopped in the middle of the opponent’s field, where a quicker sequence would have been more appropriate, Mané also became unnecessarily angry towards the match referee (this is beginning to become a habit), after receiving a penalty for dangerous play. Saved from red card, warning of protest. If we combine his many unsuccessful combinations at left back with the rather timid Pep Matar Sarr, we can conclude that Bambili’s kid, who celebrated his 98 caps, had one of his worst matches with the Lions. Played one from.