Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has had his say on the relationship between the Mohamed Salah and Liverpool teammate Sadio Mane.
Senegalese international Mane reacted angrily after Salah failed to pass the ball to him when he had a better opportunity to score.
While speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live about the tension between Salah and Mane, Ian Wright said that Mane is tired of his teammate and his selfishness on the pitch.
Sadio Mane reacted angrily towards Mohamed Salah while he was substituted during the Reds’ last league game, 3-0 thrashing of Burnley to take his tally to two Premier League goals.
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The Senegalese international star added a second goal for Liverpool during the first half of the Burnley game shortly after the Reds had taken the lead through a Chris Woods own goal.
Liverpool added a third goal in the second half through Roberto Firmino off an assist from Salah to wrap up the points.
The Reds have now won all their four games played at the start of the new Premier League season and are the only team to achieve this feat.
Liverpool have a two-point lead over title rivals and defending champions Manchester City at the top of the table.