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Mane starts – Senegal’s strongest possible XI vs Poland

Senegal will kick start their World Cup campaign against Poland. Who will come out on top?

The Polish football team is going to be led by Bayern Munich’s superstar striker Robert Lewandowski and the Senegalese captain is West Ham midfielder Kouyate.

Kouyate should start with Villareal’s N’Diaye in the center of the park for the African side.

Diallo should start in the goal and in front of him, Sane and Napoli star Koulibaly should start in the central defense. The likes of Sabaly and Gassama must start in the fullback positions.

As far as the attack is concerned, Liverpool playmaker Sadio Mane is arguably Senegal’s best player and he must start on his preferred right wing position.

The former Southampton attacker had a brilliant campaign last term as he netted 20 goals in all competitions under Jurgen Klopp. The 26-year-old speedster should partner the likes of Sarr and Niang in the attack behind lone center forward Sakho.

Here is Senegal’s strongest possible XI vs Poland.

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