If you ask any Liverpool supporter or soccer fan which player comes into mind when you mention Liverpool, most will quickly say the mercurial Mohammed Salah, towering classy defender Virgil Van Dirk or even Jurgen Klopp himself but for one to think of Sadio Mane it will take a keen football eye to utter that name. This has been the tale of the much 'forgotten' Senegalese born attacker since he joined Liverpool for a mere 30M pounds back in 2016. Despite Mane being the first statement signing of Jurgen Kloop that season, he has continued to star quietly behind the scenes in the famed attacking trident alongside Roberto Firmino and Mohammed Salah. You only get to see his impact on the team when he is not playing as Liverpool become a completely different animal without his unpredictable ruthlessness in the penalty area. While it's easy to identify great players with their trademark style of play whether its Salah opening up his body to look for the far corner with the ball or Ronaldo's athleticism around the box, you are never sure what Sadio Mane is going to do with the ball in any given day. It may seem like a weakness but actually it's his strength as evidenced at key moments in Liverpool glory years. From his very first game at the club where his fizzing drive past a crowd of Arsenal players left tongues wagging, he continued producing moments of sheer quality at big stages including the famous rinsing of Bayern's Manuel Neur with a preternatural turn on the ball to record victory at Allianz Arena in their Champions League winning campaign. His big match mentality is there for all to see and besides being an electric and dangerous dribbler of the ball, he is also prolific in front of goal as he averages a direct goal involvement in every 124. 2 minutes. Simply to say, he takes more shots, creates more chances and puts himself in better positions to score goals in every 90 minutes of football and this certainly boosts the confidence of other players whenever his name is put on the starting lineup. While he is yet to reach the brilliant heights of Mohammed Salah despite jointly winning the Golden Boot together in 2019/2020 season with 22 goals each, he is certainly not a player to be under looked anymore. At 28 years old, Sadio Mane and Liverpool look like a match made in heaven and even if time comes for a long term alternative to be required due to age, there is no better place to be for him and time has come for all football fans to cherish this magnificent player and character.