The Liverpool star drives the Lions of Teranga past the Red Devils while the Desert Foxes are kept level by the Stallions
Senegal left it behind to beat Congo 3-1 in qualifying for the World Cup at Alphonse Massamba Debate Stadium.
After defeating Togo 2-0 in their first match in the qualifying series, the Lions traveled from Teranga full of positivity to Brazzaville.
For the hosts – who last drew 1-1 with Namibia – they had to escape defeat to be eligible for a World Cup ticket.
The Red Devils got the first chance to score, but goalkeeper Edouard Mendy was well positioned to save Dylan Saint-Louis’ eight-minute effort.
Despite the Congolese attacks, it was the Senegalese who found the first concession from Boulaye Dia after being picked up by Kalidou Koulibaly.
A minute before half-time, Paul Put’s team restored equality after Sylvere Ganvoula beat Mendy from the penalty spot following a foul by Prestige Mboungou in the area.
While the match was level, Ismaila Sarr Senegal took the lead in the 83rd minute before Mane secured the victory four minutes later from the penalty spot after being beaten in the penalty area.
Thanks to this result, the West Africans lead Group H by six points from two matches.
At Stade de Marrakech, Algeria drew 1-1 with the runners-up of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, Burkina Faso.
Given their 8-0 elimination from Djibouti, the reigning African kings traveled to Marrakesh full of expectations.
It was amazing that they scored a goal in the 17th minute thanks to Soufiane Feghouli. Taking advantage of a Youce Belaili pass, Islam Slimani shot up Galatasaray wing Slimani who tapped into an empty net.
They almost doubled their advantage seven minutes later, but Riyad Mahrez’s free kick was saved by goalkeeper Herve Koffi.
In the second half, Burkina Faso put on an improved performance, equalizing by Abdoul Tapsoba.
Even after the result, Djamel Belmadi’s leading Group A leads by four points, while Burkina Faso, Niger Republic and Djibouti follow the order.
Elsewhere, Guinea-Bissau traveled to Omdurman, saw Sudan 4-2 and hammered out the hosts.
Piqueti scored a double in the first half, while Frederic Mendy and Mama Balde were among the goal kicks in the thriller with six goals.
The Falcons of Jediane achieved their goals through Mohamed Abdel Rahman, but that could not stop them from crumbling at home.
Cape Verde 1-2 Nigeria
Ethiopia 1-0 Zimbabwe
Malawi 1-0 Mozambique
Tanzania 3-2 Madagascar
Zambia 0-2 Tunisia
Congo 1-3 Senegal
Equatorial Guinea 1-0 Mauritania
Angola 0-1 Libya
Burkina Faso 1-1 Algeria
Sudan 2-4 Guinea-Bissau