- Mohamed Salah has been accused of diving to get a penalty during Liverpool's game with Chelsea
- The 26-year-old went to ground easily in Chelsea's penalty area after getting the ball past David Luiz
- Football fans from various clubs went to Twitter to condemn Salah's action in the crucial match
Mohamed Salah has come under heavy criticisms for going to the ground easily during Liverpool's clash with Chelsea at Anfield.
The Egypt international went on to score a wonder goal in the second half as the Reds earned maximum points against the Blues.
But in the early stages of the first half, the 26-year-old went down in the Chelsea penalty area with David Luiz closing in on him.
And football faithfuls were left disappointed with Salah's actions as one fan went on Twitter and wrote: "Salah is absolutely shameless...".
A Liverpool fan wrote: "As a massive Liverpool fan it sickens me to see a man with Salah's talent diving to get the upper hand".
Another added: "Can we please get a replay of the sniper who apparently just shot Salah from the stands?"
Salah has been accused of diving in the past, and one Twitter user wrote: "Mohamed Salah diving already. *Pretends to be shocked.*"
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Another Twitter user accused Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher, who was on co-commentary, of being biased in his defence of Salah.
They wrote: "Salah goes down as if he's been shot on the byline, Jamie Carragher says 'not sure that he's been caught there' so surely that means it was a dive no Spose it's not a surprise @SkySportsPL won't say it!".
In addition, another Twitter user hit out at Carragher, writing: "Jamie Carragher “he has a swing but I’m not sure he catches him”. So what you are saying is that Salah dived?".
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Liverpool defeated Chelsea 2-0 in a Premier League fixture played at Anfield.
Two second half goals from Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah earned the Reds maximum points and they went back to of the table.
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