The Brazilian has experienced a rare patch of poor form of late, with mistakes creeping into his game which have ultimately seen Liverpool pay the price.
It’s been an uncharacteristic period but one still littered with top quality saves, which have defined his Reds career to date and Mane has not been quick to forget how influential his teammate has been and will continue to be.
“When the best goalkeeper in the world makes one or two mistakes, I think, for sure, that is strange. But it’s not just him, it’s the whole team.
“For me, he is the best goalkeeper in the world, with a great mentality. In the locker room, he is always up because he has no doubts about it, he knows his quality.
“And we know that he will go through that phase. We don’t need to keep talking to him to get excited, because he is fine.”
Mane’s words are ones that certainly look to keep things in perspective as mistakes are simply part of all aspects of life and it is the response that will define them.
And by all accounts, Alisson is rightly taking them in his stride and learning as he goes and that will only serve the Reds in both the short and long-term just like he has in the past.