Salah scored Liverpool’s second goal from the penalty spot in the final minutes of the match to secure the team’s second European victory in a row and to top their group with 6 points.
But after the meeting, Salah was seen limping on his way to the locker room, raising concerns about the possibility of his injury, which has added to Liverpool’s suffering with absences since the start of the season.
Salah was subjected to violent interference in the right ankle by the guest defender, which made the referee count the shot from the white spot that the Egyptian striker brought himself, scoring the second goal.
According to reports in the British press, Salah remained at the end of the match, after the obstruction he suffered from Paulinho, the Midtland player.
Liverpool are suffering from injuries this season, and the worst thing will be waiting for coach Jurgen Klopp for a new injury to one of the stars of the team at the moment.
Klopp already faced another defensive kick during the match, after the Brazilian Fabinho left the field limping in the first half, apparently due to a tendon injury.
Fabinho played as a center-back after Virgil Van Dyke was injured and missed for several months and was replaced by 19-year-old Reese Williams, in light of Eloel Matip’s departure, also due to injury.
Liverpool and West Ham United will host on Saturday, and then after 4 days they will visit Atalanta in the Champions League, and after a similar period, they will visit Manchester City at the Premier League summit.