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The Reds sealed victory thanks to Diogo Jota's first half strike against his former side.
But fans believe they spotted a moment with Salah in the second half that sadly plays into his reputation for 'going down easily.'
Wolves defender Willy Boly jostled with Salah for the ball and the winger hit the ground.
Another angle of that career-ending tackle on Salah
- DJ Jamie Taylor :headphones: (@DJJamieTaylor1) March 15, 2021
It's not the first time Salah has been called out for his reaction to challenges many don't deem as serious.
Social media has reacted and they've gone in incredibly hard on the 28-year-old, despite contact being made.
This dude won't stop falling :joy: https://t.co/Z8Cj61qWxJ
- Sumant Raj Garg (@sumant2007in) March 15, 2021
How do you rate the football ability of an Olympic diver https://t.co/kKl6cSliDe
- Jay Gøøner (@jay_gooner1) March 16, 2021
it's acc funny icl he exaggerates so much https://t.co/WiCOA97vP8
- #freesalah (@LFCYasirr) March 15, 2021
He's not even trying to disguise it anymore :joy: https://t.co/R32tox6Gyp
- Rick Wake (@RickWake3) March 15, 2021
Victory for Liverpool means they move up to sixth in the Premier League and it stops the rot after two consecutive league losses.
The Portuguese international received an accidental blow to the head from captain Conor Coady as the duo attempted to defend a Salah chance.
While there was an offside in the build-up, referee Craig Pawson didn't stop play so VAR could have a ruling at the end of the move.
Patricio was stretchered off and didn't finish the game and manager Nuno Espirito Santo provided an update at full-time.
"Rui Patricio is ok," he told BBC Sport. "He's conscious, he's aware and he remembers what happened.
"The assessment is positive - he's going to be OK."
Nuno continued: "The referees keep the flag down and play to the whistle. Situations will happen. This won't be the only time."
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