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Mohamed Salah has been accused of not passing to a teammate, not the first time, with fans convinced a compilation of the star and Luis Diaz proves it.
Salah has been incredible for Liverpool, since joining from Roma in 2017, scoring 155 times in 150 games in all competitions and becoming one of the best players in the world, number one if you ask some.
Salah has been part of an amazing frontline that has destroyed the defences of most of the Premier League, and Europe, in recent years.
Despite that, there has been criticism in the past that the Egyptian can be a bit selfish and he was even accused of not passing to Sadio Mane when he should have.
Whilst that kind of chatter has cooled more recently, there is now claims that Salah isn't passing to new boy Diaz, who only signed for the club in January.
A compilation of the forward not passing to his teammate during the recent draw with Tottenham Hotspur has sparked interest amongst some fans, take a look and decide for yourself.
"To be honest, Salah cost Liverpool the 3 points. There were better movements and breakthroughs, but due to poor decision making and selfishness, we drop 2 crucial points," one fan commented.
"Salah's selfishness is beyond repairs. He wants every goal to come from his side. Very annoying," another added.
The forward recently revealed he was targeting 40 goals for the season and another fan opined, "Salah knows Ronaldo is catching up to him. I don't believe when he says most important thing is three points or the team wins, he has his own agenda it seems."
"I am ok if Salah is selfish once, maybe 2 times, but 3 or 4 times in one game is too much!" a fourth fan noted.
And another really seemed to overestimate the power of YouTube, saying, "Can someone please show Klopp this video so he can let Salah also see it and have a real talk with him. It's very worrying to see Salah be that selfish in a single game and we have 2 finals ahead."
Diaz has hit the ground running since moving to the Premier League in the winter transfer window, having decided against a move to Spurs.
The 25-year-old has already scored four goals in 11 league games since landing at Anfield and he could even win a ridiculous Sextuple this season.
He is already a league winner with Porto this year and would be eligible for a medal if the team go on and win the Portuguese Cup.
He helped Liverpool win the Carabao Cup and could soon add the league, FA Cup and Champions League to his haul.