Sadio Mane was spotted juggling the ball effortlessly ahead of Liverpool’s 1-0 Champions League win over Ajax on Tuesday.

The Reds’ narrow victory at Anfield was enough to seal progression into the knockout stages of the competition, with Curtis Jones turning in the decisive strike 13 minutes into the second half.

They have also clinched top spot in Group D with a game to spare, which could potentially hand Jurgen Klopp a favourable draw in the last 16.

Prior to last night’s win over Ajax, Sky Sports cameras picked up Mane performing some seriously impressive tricks during Liverpool’s warmup.

Sadio Mane was spotted juggling the ball effortlessly ahead of Liverpool’s 1-0 Champions League win over Ajax on Tuesday

The Senegal international was juggling the ball with complete ease on Merseyside, even pulling out a few around-the-worlds and a classy back-flick to keep it in the air.

Mane has been one of Klopp’s standout performers since arriving at Liverpool in 2016, scoring 86 goals in 185 appearances for the club.

The Senegal international even pulled out some around-the-worlds and a classy back-flick to keep the ball up

He has developed a formidable partnership with Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino at the pinpoint of their attack, while new recruit Diogo Jota is providing fierce competition after joining from Wolves in the summer.

Speaking about the array of attacking talent at their disposal, Reds left-back Andy Robertson told the Liverpool Echo: “The relationship [between the front players] off the pitch is really strong, and on the pitch, the link-up play and everything is always good.

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“But these players are also paid to be selfish and we need them to score goals and take risks in the final third, and we add [Diogo] Jota into that category now.

“When they are in front of goal, we expect them to shoot and score.

Mane has been one of Jurgen Klopp's standout performers since arriving at Liverpool in 2016

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“There have been certain occasions where people say Bobby could have passed, Sadio could have passed, or Mo could have passed, but these guys are paid money to make split-second decisions and score goals for us.

“Their relationship is really strong just like every other relationship in the squad and that is why over the last couple of years we have been quite successful.”