EXTRA TIME: Salah, Mane join Liverpool players to visit children’s hospital

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The attacking duo partook in the Reds' annual visit to the hospital in the Merseyside where they interacted and shared gifts to young children

Forwards Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane joined Liverpool players to visit the Alder Hey Children’s Hospital on Monday.

After the team’s training session for Wednesday’s Premier League tie against West Bromwich Albion, Jurgen Klopp and skipper Jordan Henderson led the Reds to spread the festive love to patients and staff in the hospital.

Meanwhile, Mane who has scored four goals in 10 league games this campaign took to social media to share his pose with Trent Alexander-Arnold, Danny Ward, Nathaniel Clyne and Salah after the visit.

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Amazing visiting the young children at Alder Hey hospital today. 😁🤙

A post shared by Sadio Mane (@sadiomaneofficiel) on

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