So far every African nation has failed to win a match in their opening match, will it be different with Senegal?
Mane will lead his team for the first time since 2002 when they last played the World Cup captained by Cisse. They beat France the defending champions in the group stages to advance to the quarter finals. Mane has scored 33 goals in two seasons since moving to Anfield for £34m from Southampton.
Salif Diao also played for Liverpool and Senegal and believes Mane and his team-mates can prosper in Russia if they put team ethic above individuals.
Lewandowski starts Poland’s World Cup campaign as one of the tournament’s outstanding players. He has won four consecutive Bundesliga titles with Bayern and scored 150 goals in 190 appearances to become the division’s all-time non-German leading scorer. Lewandowski scored 16 goals in the qualifying stage of the tournament, one more than Portugal v Spain hat-trick hero Cristiano Ronaldo.
The key battle of this game will come in the form of Napoli’s strong central defender Kalidou Koulibaly coming up against Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski.
Both are praised highly at their respective clubs and will provide brilliant viewing for fans with an incredible battle.
Poland is a one man team with Lewandoski who led them to this tournament also with Senegal’s less experienced team than the 2002 squad, there could be a couple surprises.
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