When games are coming thick and fast, we don't always quite appreciate what we are witnessing. So maybe now during this International break is a good time to take a look at Sadio: This is some Ronaldinho-level shit. He might not quite match Salah on goal contribution numbers (although it's getting closer), but there is no one in the team – and, possibly, in all of the Premier League – who terrifies, tortures and bamboozles opposition defenders more. Once you're isolated against him with the ball at his feet, you're pretty much left hoping he's going to miss or screw up the move himself – but there is nothing YOU can proactively do to stop him. The harder you try, the more foolish he will make you look. That's what's amazing about Mane – as he gets more clear and efficient with finishing chances, he continually becomes better and better. He's not peaked yet and we can't even guess where that peak lies. His own efficiency is his only limit. And on a related note, I think the biggest reason for Klopp's success at improving his players comes from his strength as a person – an ability (and most importantly a willingness) to see deeply into each individual, taking the time to truly understand them and not settle for an easy stereotype. If there is one thing in common between Salah, Mane and Firmino is that all three are quite unique in their combination of qualities; none of them remotely fits any "type" of player we commonly see in the game. Another manager could (and in fact other managers did) miss some of these qualities while being preoccupied with their own tactical ideas and whatnot – they could see Salah as just another speedy winger, Bobby as just a flamboyant playmaker, Sadio as too unpredictable and erratic to build the attack around. Klopp saw far more and with patient coaching remade three £30M attackers into three £100M+ ones.