Senegal’s narrow defeat against Algeria (0-1) on Tuesday evening in a friendly made Sadio Mané lose his temper, who flew into a rage at the end of the match.
Beaten in the last five confrontations with the Fennecs, Senegal will not break the Indian sign on Tuesday evening. Against Algeria in Dakar in a friendly match, coach Aliou Cissé’s men lost with a score of 1-0. Less precise in front of the opposing goals, the locals ended up being punished by Farès Chaïbi who scored the only goal of the game.
Receiving a precise free kick from Riyad Mahrez, the former Toulouse player stood between Abdou Diallo and Iliman Ndiaye and beat Edouard Mendy with his head, not exempt from any reproaches (0-1, 64e). A defeat obviously had a bitter taste for Sadio Mané.
At the end of the match, the Al Nassr striker appeared very angry. The former Bayern Munich man, whose face was closed, also rejected the microphone held out by an Algerian journalist as he left the field. He then calmed down afterwards as he stopped in the mixed zone to respond to the press.