Liverpool fans think Luis Diaz has a problem with Mo Salah after Spurs snubs

Liverpool fans think Luis Diaz has a problem with Mohamed Salah after the Egyptian's performance against Tottenham.

Salah wasted several good chances when he might have been better off passing to Diaz as the Reds' title hopes took a big hit with a 1-1 draw at Anfield. January signing Diaz rescued a point for the hosts with a deflected strike 16 minutes from time, but it could have been more had Salah not ignored the Colombian on multiple occasions throughout the match.

Footage of the former Roma and Chelsea man ignoring Diaz has been doing the rounds online, showing at least four occasions where he could have played in his team-mate. Diaz's frustration is evident each time.

Liverpool fans were quick to notice the snubs as some suggested their own theory that the two don't get along, with Salah receiving the brunt of the criticism.

"Diaz can’t stand him loooooool," wrote one. While another said: "As much I love Salah, he needs to get off his high horse and pass the f****** ball, he needs to fix this before Madrid or we lose."

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A third person added: "Sell him [Salah] we don't do big egos in LFC." As someone else commented: "I knew I wasn’t the only one who noticed."

"TBF, 2022 Salah is acting like the arrogant Lovren making arrogant claims then dropping consistently poor performances too. His 'I reached the assist target and now going for goal target' causing nightmares," bemoaned another supporter.

Even fans of other clubs appeared to pick up on Salah's apparent unwillingness to pass the ball to Diaz, with one pointing out: "Even as an outsider I’ve noticed this. Idk if it’s a kind of jealousy but Salah very rarely passes the ball to Diaz."

Diaz, 25, has been a revelation since his £40million move from Porto in January, scoring five goals and providing three assists in 21 appearances in all competition.

Salah, by contrast, he struggled since the South American's arrival. Following his blistering start to the season, the Egyptian forward has now managed just seven goals and six assists since the end of January.

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