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Sadio Mane out of Qatar 2022 World Cup

By Guardian Exclusive
19 November 2022   |   3:27 pm
Sadio Mane will miss the World Cup after undergoing surgery for a knee injury he picked up while playing for Bayern Munich. Senegal's football association announced on Tuesday that Mane, 30, would miss their "first games" of Qatar 2022.

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