HOW LIVERPOOL FANS ARE REACTING TO KEITA'S RED CARD VS. GLADBACH

New Liverpool signing Naby Keita was sent off for RB Leipzig after echoing a challenge of future teammate Sadio Mane. The 22-year-old midfielder was given a red card in the […]The post “He’s done a Mane” – Liverpool fans react to Naby Keita’s red card challenge vs. Gladbach appeared first on Squawka News.

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