Ex-Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher called Salahs performance “selfish and greedy” during commentary, and many Reds fans online agreed.
The Reds are firmly fixed in a title race with Manchester City and they could do with Salah returning to his best right now.
Although there is one moment during the victory over Fulham where Salah showed that he’s still committed to the cause,Mohamed Salah in particular was guilty of passing up several good chances, often shooting when he should pass and often playing with his head down.
The moment Salah saved liverpool came in the second half, when Fulham were breaking on the counter-attack.
Salah, realising the danger, sprinted back into his own half to increase the numbers in defence.
Liverpool were caught out and without Salah’s help, Fulham’s chances of equalising would have been greatly higher.
Mohamed Salah didn’t enjoy his finest afternoon as Liverpool secured a hard-fought 2-1 win against Fulham on Sunday.
The Egyptian forward saw his goalless run extend to seven matches, and he was criticised by Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher for being “greedy”.
“He has been selfish and greedy, no doubt,” Carragher said.
“Two or three times today he’s got to get his head up and see what’s around him.”
Salah is by no means having a poor season. He has scored 17 goals in the Premier League, helping Liverpool to the top of the table.
Liverpool’s win saw them return to the top of the table, although they’ve played one more game than Manchester United.
They required a late James Milner penalty to secure all three points at Craven Cottage but Jurgen Klopp insisted afterwards that his side’s nerve is “not in doubt”.
“I’m not in doubt about my players’ nerve. I always want perfection but it’s really rare that you get it,” the German said, per BBC Sport.