Former Red Jamie Carragher noticed something about Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah on Wednesday night.

The Reds won their final home game of the 2019-20 Premier League season against Chelsea. Liverpool scored five goals in the match, but Salah could not find the back of the net.

Salah was substituted in the 79th minute. Carragher believes that the Egyptian was not happy to make way for midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Carragher believes that Salah wanted a goal next to his name.

Carragher said, as quoted by HITC: “He’s not happy. He wants that goal. Cheer up though Mo, you’re going to lift the Premier League in half an hour!”

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ANFIELD WATCH VERDICT

We don’t believe that there is anything wrong with Salah being frustrated that he did not score. He has scored 94 goals in 151 appearances for the Reds. Salah has very high standards.

But, we do agree with Carragher. Liverpool were about to lift the Premier League trophy. Salah should have been in a better mood.

However, Salah appeared to cheer up after he was given his Premier League winners medal. At Anfield Watch, we thank Salah for his contribution this season.

He has scored 19 goals in the Premier League this season, which has certainly helped the Reds claim the title.

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