Video footage emerged on Saturday night of the forward mucking in – just hours after helping the Reds to their fourth successive win of the season.
The footage shows Mane filling buckets with water while a young boy uses a pressure washer on the floor.
According to users on social media, the video was taken at the Al-Rahma Mosque in Mulgrave Street, Liverpool, where Mane is a regular visitor.
Mane celebrates all his goals by performing sujood – touching his head on the floor and praying – and did the same against Leicester after opening the scoring in a 2-1 win.
The video has already been viewed nearly 400,000 times in less than 12 hours but has been passed around on WhatsApp and other platforms.
Mane's actions have attracted widespread praise from fans.
One said: "Humbling."
Another said: "What a guy!"
It's not 100 per cent clear Mane is the man in the video, although someone shouts his name during the clip.
Mane, who is paid about £90,000-a-week at Anfield, is well known for his charity work.
He is said to have paid out £200,000 to help build a school in his village of Bambaly, Senegal, and is also helping the fight against HIV in Malawi.
Mane told the Liverpool Echo in April: "It's an initiative that is close to my heart.
"It's something that I am very happy to do. It's important to help people.
"They approached me about the initiative, and it became clear I was maybe the right person to help.
"When they told me about it, I was very, very happy to help out. I'm looking forward to doing my bit."
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