16 Abril, 2018
Harry Kane, you might have heard, was successful in his appeal to claim a goal originally credited to Christian Eriksen last week.
Salah derided the Premier League's ruling on Twitter and was backed up by several of his Liverpool teammates.
The decision triggered quite the reaction, led by Mo Salah.
Kane has dominated conversations on social media after successfully appealing that he got a touch to Eriksen's cross for the winner against Stoke on Saturday, April 1.
And now Jordan Henderson has waded into the debate, dropping a brilliant comment about the situation during his interview after the Bournemouth win.
On Friday night, perhaps the biggest and best Photoshop was created by Italian side AS Roma, who have been on fire since beating Barcelona earlier in the week.
Besides, for all of Kane's efforts and goalscoring prowess, it looks like Salah will be taking the victory in every sense of the word on this occasion.
"I am happy to have this feeling". Their second-half performance lacked intensity at times, but Salah's goal sealed the result before Roberto Firmino made it three late on. But he's just got to keep it going, with his work rate, his movement off the ball, how strong he is. You feel they want to support you and want to help you to score goals.
"Yeah, he told me he's going to claim all of them", Henderson told BT Sport.
"Sometimes it is a small or simple thing and it becomes bigger and bigger and bigger and bigger and you cannot stop it. That is what has happened".
"It is normal that he is a bit disappointed because, of course, Harry Kane and all of our players have Twitter, Instagram, everything".