Liverpool Are Motivated To Win Premier League, Says Mane

Liverpool striker and Senegal international, Sadio Mane, has backed his side to win their last six games of the season to stand a chance of ending their long-running drought as league champions in England.

According to Mane, Liverpool are well motivated to clinch the Premier League trophy this season as Jurgen Klopp’s men were shoved Man City off the summit by Cardiff City on Wednesday and Southampton on Friday o reclaim the top spot.

The Anfield outfit have failed to win the English top-flight trophy since 1990, threw away a 7-point lead over the Blues from Manchester earlier this season.

However, the 26-year-old who was named the club’s Player of the Month for March, is urging his side to win all their last six games to brighten their chances of winning the league diadem while also setting his eyes on the Champions League trophy.

“I’m confident we can do it, we’re going to try to do everything to win all six games. We know it won’t be easy but everything is possible,” Mane told club website.

“Every single player is even more motivated at this stage of the competition, because we only have one target: to win trophies.

“We are in two different competitions, the Premier League and Champions League, and we want to win both of them. We’re going to give everything to get it.

“Personally, I’m sure all the boys are very relaxed; you can see in the training sessions and in the dressing room everybody is relaxed and laughing – but with motivation and determination in their eye.

“Pressure never helps. Of course, in football sometimes it’s normal. Our main target is to win the league and the Champions League because we have the quality in the team and the staff, the club is amazing,” he stated further.

Mane, who has scored 20 goals in all competitions this season including his 17 in the Premier League, is arguably Liverpool’s best player upfront this season.

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