Mohamed Salah Posts Hilarious Video Showing Him And Sadio Mane Have Made Up
Mo Salah and Sadio Mane may have fallen out last month but the Egyptian proved it's all in the past by posting a hilarious edit of a recent viral video.
The two Liverpool forwards looked like a falling out was in the offing when Mane was clearly annoyed at Salah towards the end of the league game against Burnley, when the Egyptian missed a shot instead of passing.
But on Friday Salah dispelled the idea there's any hostility between the pair with a hilarious take on the recent video of two kids excited to see each other.
The original video, which went viral earlier in the week, was posted by Michael Cisneros of his son Maxwell and friend Finnegan spotting each other on the streets of New York and running toward each other excitedly.
Speaking about the video Mr Cisneros said, "Honestly, I think it has gotten so big because of the race issue in our country and also around the world.
"...We just want to raise loving, caring boys, and I think the world likes to see a little bit of hope."
Sadio Mane went completely mad at Mo Salah after the Egyptian refused to pass him the ball when he was in on goal.- SPORTbible (@sportbible) August 31, 2019
Mane had to be held back by several Liverpool players as he kicked off in the final few minutes... Shocking scenes! :scream::flushed:https://t.co/SwZbH2ZQa7
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Against Burnley there were numerous occasions where Salah could have been seen as being selfish by his teammates, with the worst occasion coming when he should have squared the ball to Mane and missed.
The former Southampton forward was substituted soon after and could be seen shouting and had to be calmed down by teammate James Milner.
Speaking about the incident after the match, captain Jordan Henderson said, "The most important thing was we got the result, Sadio knows that. He performed really well again. Him and Bobby were really big second ball. He had a fantastic game.
"Like I said, we want to push each other. We want to improve all the time. I quite like that now and again. I think we need it."
We'll see just how much things are patched up on Saturday when the Reds face Newcastle United in the first game back after the international break.