“Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim”

When wealth, success, fame and abundance fill people's lives, many forget the past. Some people make this mistake voluntarily or unknowingly. Growing up in abject poverty in a backward village, Sadio could not forget his past. The Senegalese footballer has taken the money that he used to hold hands with people as his life. Football has given him innumerable rupees in his hands. Bayan Munich bought him for 400 crores of rupees and did not take him home in luxury cars. He always wanted the people around him to be able to enjoy at least some of the benefits.

"Why would I want ten Ferraris, 20 diamond watches or two planes," says Sadio mane. What will these things do for me and the world? I was hungry and at one point I was working in the field."

The 6-year Liverpool chapter has won everything. To take on a new challenge, he now said in Bayan that he would decide whether or not to stay with Liverpool after listening to the people of Senegal. From his words, it is understood that the people of Senegal are united with the heart. Sadio was born in a very small town in the western part of North Africa.

Where only 2 thousand people lived. There are no paved roads in the city, not even a hospital. Women used to give birth in their own homes. Like many others, quality fathers have to leave the world for lack of treatment. This means that he has built a hospital in his area, built a school and given a laptop to each student of that school to keep pace with the modern age. He has funded a new gas station and turned the post office into a playground. He has even arranged for the city on the Forge network. He pays 70 euros a month to everyone in Senegal's poorest region.

He was also seen cleaning the toilets of mosques in his area. This is how star footballers find joy in people's side. His deep sense of life came up in an interview in 2019.

"My fancy cars don't need to travel to luxury homes and show airplanes. My people will get at least some of what life has given me. Who do I prioritize? "

The boy who once played football barefoot will represent his country in the Qatar World Cup. If one does in every city every day

Saadi also meant. Then the lives of people struggling with poverty might be different. No one had to eat soil and survive in this world.