Liverpool enjoyed a tremendous result against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday night.
After going 2-0 up in the first-half, the Reds looked as if they had thrown the result away after PSG hit back through goals from Thomas Meunier and Kylian Mbappe.
But Roberto Firmino emerged from the bench to fire in the winner for Liverpool with just minutes remaining.
But despite the tremendous result, Liverpool’s night wasn’t all positive.
Mohamed Salah has had a tough start to the season. His relationship with Sadio Mane has come into question recently after the two seemed to be reluctant to pass to each other in the 2-1 win over Tottenham on the weekend.
And he had another tough night against PSG. His mistake gifted the French side the equaliser before he was subbed off for Xherdan Shaqiri with five minutes remaining.
Firmino saved his blushes with his late winner but, it was Salah’s reaction to the goal that hit the headlines.
After initially throwing his hands in the air, Salah then threw a water bottle into the ground.
His actions did seem odd and many have argued he was angry that Firmino had scored the winner.
There have been further claims that Salah didn’t then celebrate on the pitch at the end of the game, only adding fuel to the fire that he was frustrated.
But the truth has now been revealed about his actions after the game – and it proves reports that the Egyptian winger was angry are completely force.
According to the Mirror, Salah was prevented from immediately celebrating with his team-mates after the win over PSG because he was selected for drugs testing.
But, after completing the testing protocol he was one of the most prominent players rejoicing at the incredible Champions’ League victory in the dressing room afterwards.
And alongside him as one of the most prominent celebrators was none other than Mane, with the two dancing together in celebration.
The report concludes by saying that the feeling within the camp is that there has never been better unity amongst all the players.
Well there we have it. It seems Liverpool fans have nothing to worry about.
Salah may have been frustrated with his own performance, but to say he was angry following the result is going well too far.
It also shows that any suggestion of a rift between him and Mane are completely false.