It was a similar story for the third-most picked player for the armband, Kevin De Bruyne (£10.2m), who managed only two points.
The 884,000 who placed their faith in Sergio Aguero (£12.1m), the second-most popular choice for the armband, fared better as the Argentinian started for the first time in three Gameweeks and scored his ninth goal of the season.
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Sadio Mane (£11.9m) left it late to reward those majority among the top 100 FPL managers who preferred him to Aguero.
Mane struck a stoppage-time winner after assisting Andrew Robertson's 86th-minute equaliser for a nine-point return and is set for full bonus points to become the leading FPL points scorer this season.
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The leader Mane is set to replace, Jamie Vardy (£9.3m), was the most popular transfer in ahead of the Gameweek 11 deadline. Vardy scored a hat-trick and provided an assist in Leicester's record win at Saints last week.
However Sunday opponents Crystal Palace, are likely to provide a stiffer test. The Eagles have kept three clean sheets at home this season and conceded only three goals.
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Three forwards were the most transferred-out players.
Teemu Pukki (£6.9m) was sold by more than 379,000 FPL managers after five blanks in a row, and their decision was justified as the Finn again failed to record a goal involvement.
Aguero was also the second most-sold player but the almost 300,000 managers who sold him after his two-Gameweek starting absence will be kicking themselves.
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