Liverpool's attacking prowess was key to their return to the Premier League top four last season, with Jurgen Klopp's side outscoring the rest of the league after 34 games.
Here's how to watch Liverpool vs. Bayern Munich. Corentin Tolisso lost possession on the halfway line to Roberto Firmino, allowing the Brazilian to dart towards the penalty area and play in Mane, whose shot from a tight angle eluded Sven Ulreich.
Substituted immediately by Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, the England global disappeared down the tunnel leaving fans to wonder if this is to be another season of pain and disappointment.
Although his defensive positioning is still nothing short of dubious, his efforts in the final third can not be questioned.
Senegalese global Mane netted the first and then set up Mo Salah for the second.
The second half was a peculiar affair, to say the least, although Liverpool did score a third goal. Despite the victory, the night was tarnished by an all too familiar woe - that is another injury to Daniel Sturridge.
Unfortunately, Sturridge seemed to tweak his thigh in the process of scoring Liverpool's third goal and was soon subbed off.