Mane has scored four goals in as many games for Liverpool. REUTERS/Darren Staples
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Liverpool head into the international break on top of the table as Sadio Mane inspired their hard-fought win at Leicester, while Chelsea's Marcos Alonso has made a fine start to the season for Maurizio Sarri's team. Here are five things we learned from the Premier League last weekend:Mohamed Salah's stunning form left Sadio Mane in the shade when praise was dished out for Liverpool's run to the Champions League final and the top four last season.However, with Salah struggling to match those standards early on in his second season, Mane is showing why he was considered the man Liverpool couldn't cope without early in Jurgen Klopp's reign.A 2-1 win at Leicester Saturday ensured Klopp's men still haven't dropped a point and Mane has been the key figure with four goals in as many games. Liverpool were once again not at their free-flowing best with Salah subbed 20 minutes from time, but Mane's goals have kept their bid for a first league title since 1990 intact while the Egyptian gets back up to speed.
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