Liverpool coach , Juergen Klopp , revealed facts about the mysterious boy who helped lift the English League Cup trophy with the Reds squad.
Liverpool managed to come out as champions of the English League Cup after beating Chelsea in the final which was held at Wembley Stadium, Sunday (27/2/2022).
The match between Liverpool and Chelsea was tight and had to be decided on penalties after 120 minutes had passed without a goal.
In the high-fives fight, Liverpool were able to beat Chelsea with a score of 11-10.
Liverpool sealed victory after Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga fired the ball high over the crossbar.
After the match, the Liverpool squad followed the procession to lift the English League Cup trophy.
There was an interesting moment in the celebration of the Reds players, namely the presence of a boy who stood between Jurgen Klopp and Alisson Becker.
After Klopp and Alisson lifted the EFL Cup trophy, the boy got the chance to do the same.
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Viral Sadio Mane prays the evening prayer at the Liverpool champions party . The Muslim attacker from Senegal immediately became a byword on social media. Liverpool have just been crowned champions of the English League Cup . The Reds lifted the trophy after beating Chelsea on penalties 11-10 in the final.
Jurgen Klopp’s team celebrated on the field after the match, even in the dressing room. Then a photo spread widely on social media showing the excitement of Liverpool’s ammunition.
But there is one unique sight. In the midst of the Reds players, Sadio Mane was seen walking while holding a prayer rug.
in the spotlight. Sadio Mane also stole the show at the moment of the trophy lift celebration.
Sadio Mane, who is known as a devout Muslim, avoided the celebration of the Reds players who were busy spraying champagne. Warganet considers the 29-year-old footballer to be a figure of a Muslim player who is able to inspire many people, especially in practicing good values.
Sadio Mane is not the only Liverpool player who is Muslim. There are also Mohamed Salah, Ibrahima Konate, and Naby Keita.