Watch: Sadio Mane performs Umrah after making Al Nassr debut

On Tuesday, August 1, Mane joined Saudi Pro League club Al-Nassr.

Riyadh: Al-Nassr’s newly signed Senegalese footballer Sadio Mane performed Umrah in the city of Makkah, Saudi Arabia, on Thursday, August 3.

The thirty-one-year-old performed the rituals of Umrah with his fellow Muslim teammates after his first match against the Egyptian Zamalek in the ongoing Arab Champions League.

A video of the players in an ihram, the garment worn to perform Umrah has gone viral on social media platforms.

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On Tuesday, August 1, Mane joined Saudi Pro League club Al-Nassr after one season with the Bundesliga champions.

He told Sky Sports that he was sad to leave Bayern, adding, “I was hoping for a different ending.”

Mane joined the Bavarian club last summer, but he suffered a difficult first season due to an injury that prevented him from participating in the World Cup.

Mane ended his time in Germany after making a total of 38 appearances in all competitions, scoring 12 goals.

The two-time African Footballer of the Year won the Bundesliga title as well as the German Supercup after spending a season in Munich.

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