But after the match, Salah was involved in an incident with Liverpool fans that has been caught on camera.
"Liverpool FC, after speaking to the player, has made the images available to Merseyside police and explained the situation they were recorded in".
The club took the action after speaking to the Egypt global following the video being posted online.
While the police will take care of that, many fans are slamming Salah for failing to give Liverpool fans a photo or an autograph.
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Liverpool have referred Mohamed Salah to Merseyside Police following the emergence of a clip which appeared to show the Egyptian forward driving while using his mobile phone. While the video offers no specific details of who took it and where Liverpool's spokesperson said that the player is aware of the footage. The video was submitted to the relevant Department.
In fairness, it is the non-professional "Vuj" who wins the opening task, with Salah's accuracy leaving a little to be desired. "Thanks for letting us know", they tweeted on their official account.
"I am not complaining about just the offside goal because I repeat that Liverpool played well and deserved to win".
Salah was back at training on Monday at Selwood for a recovery session and will be gearing up for Monday's clash with Crystal Palace today.