Pundit makes a huge claim about Sadio Mane

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Sadio Mane could have pulled out of his challenge on Ederson, according to Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo.

Mane's red card against Manchester City on Saturday was the primary reason why Liverpool lost the game 5-0, but the defensive problems that Klopp has struggled to clear up were in evidence once more at the weekend and I fear they may not be solved with the personnel now at the club.

"I didn't expect something different", said the Liverpool manager, as quoted by the Express.

Pep Guardiola and the club medical staff will assess the condition of the £35million star ahead of Wednesday's Champions League clash with Feyenoord.

'It was our duty to appeal but as I said after the game. But it was a waste of time obviously.

"We only appealed the length of the suspension". "In the game everybody thought the goalkeeper was seriously injured - I'm not sure what happened but he was running around after the game so not as serious as everybody thought". There were a lot of situations in the last few weeks'.

Ederson still has awful cuts all over and City's medicinal staff will evaluate how they are recuperating before settling on a ultimate conclusion on whether to enable him to play or to run with Chilean global Claudio Bravo. And obviously Ederson was not lucky.

Ederson still has nasty cuts on his face and City's medical staff will assess how they are healing before making a final decision on whether to allow him to play or to go with Chilean worldwide Claudio Bravo.

"I wouldn't have wanted to play for a reason like this, an injury to a team-mate, but you always have to be prepared".

"We can not change this and it's a sport where this happens". I don't blame the ref for the decision. When he saw the boy bleeding, if I was in that position I would probably have made the same decision.

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