Liverpool were dealt a major blow midway through the first half of their Premier League clash at Wolves with Sadio Mane forced off injured.
The Senegal international appeared to be pick up what looked like a muscle problem at Molineux.
Sadio Mane came off injured during the first half of Liverpool’s game at Wolves
The 27-year-old initially wandered towards the touchline before sitting down on the pitch while play was still ongoing.
Mane, who has scored 15 goals in 30 games for the Reds this season, then signalled to the bench he needed to come off.
He was replaced by new signing Takumi Minamino, who was handed his Premier League debut.
Jurgen Klopp will be sweating on the fitness of one of his star men and will return for next week’s league trip to West Ham.
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The German confirmed after the game, which the Reds won 2-1 thanks to Roberto Firmino’s late winner, that Mane had a hamstring issue.
“We dont know exactly [what the injury is], its the muscle. He felt something in the hamstring.
“We dont know yet, obviously, we have to wait. We will see.”