Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has dismissed fears that all is not well with Egyptian forward after scoring his two goals against Red Star Belgrade without his usual celebration.
Salah had scored his 50th goal for the Reds in 65 appearances after his brace, a development that should make him happy but it was somewhat a moody celebration for the former AS Roma forward.
The feat by Salah is the best of its kind in Liverpool history as no other player has ever scored 50 goals in 65 in the Red shirt.
However, the German manager played down concerns in his post-match conference, affirming that all is well with the player.
Klopp admits he did not have to speak with the player about it but hinted that he might be furious with the questions over his dip in his goalscoring form.
The former Borussia Dortmund boss said it saw the Egyptian forward celebrate but did not see his face to ascertain his mood after the goal because he was at a distance away.
The Egyptian seems to be returning to his fine goalscoring form as he has now scored a total of 3 goals in the two games after the international break.