‘We had a fight, should we say hello?’ Mane-Sane Awkward replacement scene, the opposing team also ‘eyes of a hawk’

The brief greeting scene between Leroy Sane and Sadio Mane is eye-catching.

Bayern Munich drew 1-1 with Manchester City in the second leg of the quarterfinals of the 2022-2023 season European Football Federation (UEFA)스포츠토토 Champions League (UCL) held at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany at 4 am (Korean time) on the 20th. Bayern Munich, who scored 1-4 in the first and second games, failed to advance to the semifinals.

In the 19th minute of the second half when Bayern Munich was trailing 0-1, Sane was removed and Mane was put in. The two recently had a fist fight. After losing 0-3 to Manchester City in the first leg of the last quarterfinals, a physical fight broke out in the locker room.

Insiders leaked news that Mane, upset over the loss against Manchester City, punched Sane in the face. There are also reports of racist altercations between the two. Sane came out of training the very next day with a swollen lip.

The news of the fight between Sane and Mane spread all over the world. The two were forced to go hand in hand in the second leg of the quarterfinals. Mane, preparing for the substitution, raised both hands and waited for Sane’s hand. But Sane reached out lightly with only his right hand. Mane hit Sane’s right hand with his right hand and entered the ground.

The 75,000 spectators who filled the stadium carefully watched Sane and Mane’s high five. Manchester City coaching staff sitting on the away team’s bench also paid attention to the replacement scene of these two. The waiting heart also looked at the expressions of the two players. Bayern Munich coach Thomas Tuchel encouraged Sane on his return to the bench.

Meanwhile, Mane was punished by Bayern Munich for punching his teammate. According to local reports, the fine Mane has to pay to the club amounts to 300,000 euros (approximately 432 million won). It is also said that they have made plans to dispose of Mane, who has not performed well this season, through the summer transfer market.

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