The Senegalese superstar lays claim to the longest-ever unbeaten run at a single ground in the Premier League.
Mané brought up his half-century of unbeaten matches at Anfield on September 14th when Liverpool came from behind to beat Newcastle 3-1, and now that mark stands at 51 matches where he hasn't tasted defeat, after Liverpool's dramatic stoppage-time win against Leicester on Saturday. 50 of those 51 matches were in the Red of Liverpool, and one of them was in a Southampton shirt as the Saints earned a 1-1 draw away to Liverpool in October 2015.
Teammate Mohamed Salah finds himself second on this particular roll of honour, and these two modern African superstars lead the way ahead of a star-studded chasing pack.
On the topic of milestones, Mané scored his 50th Premier League goal for the club on the weekend on his 100th appearance for The Reds. He's the 10th Liverpool player to reach that milestone, more than any other club.
🏟 Most matches unbeaten at a single Premier League ground
- 🇸🇳 Sadio Mané (Anfield) - P51*, W41, D10
- 🇪🇬 Mohamed Salah (Anfield) - P42*, W33, D9
- 🇧🇷 Alex (Stamford Bridge) - P41, W29, D12
- 🇳🇱 Jaap Stam (Old Trafford) - P40, W31, D9
- 🇳🇱 Arjen Robben (Stamford Bridge) - P35, W32, D3
Mané and Salah's current unbeaten runs at a single Premier League venue trump sequences held by Chelsea's Brazilian centre back Alex, Man United's legendary defensive Dutch stalwart Jaap Stam and Dutch winger Arjen Robben, who excelled under José Mourinho at Stamford Bridge at the time and went on to enjoy a glittering career.
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