Al Nassr winger, Sadio Mane joined the rest of the world in celebrating Saudi Arabia’s national day.
The Senegalese forward wore the traditional Saudi Arabian clothes while wielding a sword as he shares the beautiful culture of the gulf nation.
Mane moved to the middle-east in the summer transfer window after leaving German giants Bayern Munich.
In photos shared on social media, Mane celebrated the culture of Saudi Arabia with a beaming smile on his face.
The Saudi national day which falls on September 22 has been widely observed by players and coaches from across the globe.
This comes as a result of the massive investment in sport in recent times.
Meanwhile, Mane is enjoying a good start to life in the Saudi Pro League, scoring six goals in seven matches.
The former Liverpool star also helped the club win the Arab Club Cup championship in August.
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Cristiano Ronaldo acknowledged Sadio Mane for providing the assist for his opening goal in the game between Al Nassr and Al Ahli in the Saudi Pro League on Friday evening.
The Al Nassr duo have been unstoppable in the league, creating and scoring goals with ease as the Knights of Najd steadily climb the table.
In a cracking game against Al Ahli, Mane wasted no time in finding the leading goal scorer, Ronaldo, as the host opened the scoring after four minutes.
Al-Nassr stars, Cristiano Ronaldo and Sadio Mane left Iran with gifts from their hosts, Persepolis following their AFC Champions League clash this week.
The arrival of the team sent Iran into a frenzy, with thousands of fans flooding the streets of Tehran to catch a glimpse of the Portuguese veteran and his teammates.
Ronaldo and Mane were pivotal as Al-Nassr strolled to a 2-0 victory in their opening group game, thanks to Mohammed Qassem and Abdulrahman Ghareeb.