Sadio Mane celebrated a Al-Nassr goal by jumping on former Liverpool teammate turned opponent Roberto Firmino during their dramatic win over Al-Ahli.
The two ex-Reds established a formidable partnership during their careers on Merseyside, alongside Mohamed Salah, as they fired Liverpool to European and domestic success.
Salah, Mane and Firmino became one of the most feared trios in the world during the rise of Jurgen Klopp's side to the Champions League, Club World Cup and Premier League summits.
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Mane left Liverpool for his ill-fated move to Bayern Munich last season but saw his time end in the summer after a turbulent spell in Bavaria. He would join up with former rival Cristiano Ronaldo - who too ended a miserable spell with Manchester United - for success in Saudi Arabia.
On Friday, the two Saudi giants met in a dramatic showdown in Riyad but it was Mane who earned bragging rights over his former Liverpool teammate. Nassr extended their unbeaten run to five matches as they rose to fifth in the Saudi Pro League.
Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring as he fired low into a plume of yellow smoke before Talisca doubled the scoring just 13 minutes later. Talisca got his second of the evening in the sixth minute of first-half stoppage time.
The Brazilian expertly crafted Nassr's third goal, restoring a two-goal cushion after former Barcelona midfielder Franck Kessie halved the deficit, to curl into the top corner.
Mane won the ball back and sparked the move which ended with the superb strike. And camera footage at the Prince Faisal Bin Fahd Stadium captured theRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk