Sadio Mane Rages At Mohamed Salah After Being Substituted In Liverpool's Victory Over Burnley
Sadio Mane was left fuming with Mohamed Salah for not passing to him during Liverpool's Premier League victory over Burnley.
Moments after Roberto Firmino made it 3-0, Liverpool had the chance to make it four when Salah raced in on goal.
However, the Egyptian forward went on his own despite Mane being in a better position to shoot on goal.
As the Senegalese winger left the field, he made his feelings known with regards to Salah. He threw a tantrum on the bench before Firmino and James Milner calmed him down.
Salah's selfishness was the talk of the second half. Here's some reaction from Twitter:
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You have to really piss Sadio Mane off to get his to react like he did. Someone have a word with Mo Salah.
- Gary #JoySports (@garyalsmith) August 31, 2019
Mane fuming with Salah after going off there. Don't blame the lad. Totally understandable. Mane looks pissed that he got pulled straight after. Should've been Mo really.
- Annie Road Online (@AnnieRoadOnline) August 31, 2019
Sadio has every right to be pissed. Salah is selfish af. And he been doing it way too often. #Sadio #BURLIV
- M£doun£ :flag_sn: (@dOunebOss) August 31, 2019
Completely understandable Sadio Mane being pissed off with Salah. Wouldn't be surprised if it's because of the fact he always comes off even when he's playing better and Salah doesn't. These things happen in football. It's normal and a sign of winners TBH.
- Connor (@6onnorwilsonLFC) August 31, 2019
If I was Sadio I wouldn't be happy with Salah either.......he really is a greedy fcuker at times! Just lift yur head up & be aware of teammates in a better position! #itsallabouthim #LFC #maneisinmyfantasyteam
- Punter Rich (@FormbookR) August 31, 2019
Liverpool went on to beat Burnley 3-0 thanks to an own goal from Chris Wood, then second-half strikes from Mane and Firmino.