- Saido Mane scored an unbelievable volley during Liverpool’s riot at Anfield.
- Liverpool put Russian club Spartak Moscow to the sword during their final Champions League group game.
- Mane’s volley on the 47th minute was the pick of the bunch during the onslaught.
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Saido Mane scored a stunning volley during Liverpool’s Champions League riot over Russian club Spartak Moscow.
Mane’s effort was the pick of the bunch as Jurgen Klopp’s men unleashed an onslaught on the visiting Russians.
Philippe Coutinho registered a hat-trick for the Reds with Michael Owen and Yossi Benayoun the only other players to have ever registered a hat-trick in the Champions League for the Merseyside club before the Brazilian.
Roberto Firmino also added a goal on the 18th minute allowing the Reds to go in at half-time 3-0 up.
Mane added a fourth on the 47th minute and raised all the Liverpool fans in the stadium to their feet.
James Milner collected the ball on the left-flank before providing an exquisite first touch to pull the ball back from the backline to the edge of the box.
The Senegal international arrived late into the box and without even allowing the ball to bounce he improvised a superb scissor kick past the Spartak ‘keeper.
Watch the goal below…
Ohhh that is special! ?
Sadio Mané hammers Liverpool further ahead with a sensational volley! ?pic.twitter.com/QK1aREH7DZ
— BT Sport Football (@btsportfootball) December 6, 2017
Fans were understandably more than impressed by the effort…
— jabulani mudzvova (@jbreezythahulk) December 6, 2017
Mane goal was a banger.
— Tom Eversley (@tomeversley) December 6, 2017
Said Pogba could only dream of scoring a goal as good as Mane’s
— Pogbesque (@PogbesqueV2) December 6, 2017