An African star, who capitalised on Steven Gerrard's infamous slip at Anfield, has revealed he did not feel any remorse for the Liverpool legend after his mistake against Jose Mourinho's Chelsea side in 2014.
"So I think there was a point to prove for a lot of us and we came here and just frustrated them and it kind of worked". Four games to play.
"And if that's enough, then flawless".
"It's all bulls**t. People and idiots bring something like this up". We've all seen him cut inside from the right before, literally hundreds of times, but none of us expected that to fly in like a bullet into the toppest of bins, did we?
They travel to Porto on Wednesday for the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final already 2-0 up in the tie.
After Liverpool went 2-0 up Maurizio Sarri chose to change tactics and put Gonzalo Higuain up front and moved Eden Hazard back on to the wing.
After the loss, Chelsea are now fourth on the table with 66 points from 34 games and they have now played one game more than their top-four rivals.
The victory over Chelsea was encapsulated in a couple of two-minute episodes in the second half.
As Chelsea struggled to get a foothold in the game after Mane's opener, moments later Mohamed Salah's wonder strike buried all hope of a comeback for Maurizio Sarri's side.
Hazard beat Alisson Becker in a one-on-one only for his shot to rebound off the post before firing a first-time, close-range shot straight at the goalkeeper when he seemed certain to score, with Higuain also missing a chance soon after.
"I think before the game we knew it was a big game for us", he said on Sky Sports.