November 21, 2023 at 2:30 am
- Yves Bissouma has praised Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane
- The Tottenham star emphasizes that liverpool legends are their idols
- Bissouma enjoying a good season tottenham in the premier league
Yves Bissouma has revealed his memorable encounters with Liverpool legends Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah.
The Mali midfielder faced Mane and Salah for the first time in a Premier League game during his tenure with Brighton & Hove Albion.
Bissouma, who has now plyed his trade with Tottenham Hotspur, moved to England from French Ligue 1 side Lille in 2018.
According to Bissouma, playing against his idols was an amazing moment, which he could only watch on TV while living in France.
“During that match I came out of the locker room and I saw Van Dijk, I saw Mane, I saw Salah. These were the same people I had seen on TV when I was in France, and now I was walking past them in the same tunnel. It was like a dream, you know what I mean? Mane and Salah were my idols, and I just thought ‘wow’. My heart was beating fast,” he told Tottenham Hotspur’s YouTube channel.
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After an impressive four-year stint at Brighton, he made a move to north London, signing a long-term deal with Tottenham, Sky Sports reports.
Bissouma has been a key figure for the club since the arrival of new manager Ange Postecoglou.
Mane scores two goals to celebrate Senegal’s milestone
First, game brief Sadio Mane marked his hundredth appearance for Senegal with two goals against South Sudan as the African champions made a winning start to their 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, reports said.
Al-Nassr scored in both halves as the Teranga Lions won 4–0 at the Abdoulaye Wade Stadium in Darqa.
Senegal needed only a minute to break the deadlock when the Tottenham Hotspur midfielder fired the opener on goal, before Mane doubled the lead five minutes later by cleverly beating his marker on Habib Diallo’s pass.
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Salah scores four in Egypt’s win
game brief It was also reported that Mohamed Salah scored a quadruple as Egypt comfortably defeated Djibouti in the opening Group A game of Africa’s 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
The Liverpool winger scored a hat-trick on 27 minutes and then contributed his fourth of the game, leading the Pharaohs to a 6–0 win at home.
Mustafa Mohamed and Trezeguet performed brilliantly for Egypt, scoring two goals each in the last 20 minutes of the match.