Liverpool fans have savaged Mohamed Salah because of his profligate performance against Manchester City in the Community Shield.
The Egypt international had 10 shots on goal at Wembley, per WhoScored, as Jurgen Klopp’s men lost on penalties to the Premier League champions following a 1-1 draw in 90 minutes.
In total, from his 10 attempts at goal, just four of Salah’s were on target. He also hit the post twice and had four shots miss the target completely.
The 27-year-old also saw one effort cleared off the line by defender Kyle Walker, the England international volleying the ball away with a simply incredible bicycle kick.
Of course, Salah has been in electric form for the Reds throughout his spell at the club, scoring 71 goals in 104 games.
But his finishing deserted him on Sunday afternoon, leading to a number of fans criticising his end product against Pep Guardiola’s Blues.
Take a look at the best of the reaction on Twitter below!
Salah actually cost us the game ?♂️
— Chekwube (@Chekwube_) August 4, 2019
He’s not clinical and will always cost us games. He did that last season and continued from where he stopped
— Jimmy (@donmirex) August 4, 2019
#bbcfootball What's going on with Salah. Way too selfish in the box. Frustrating to watch.
— JP (@jonabula) August 4, 2019
I hate the double standard of most of these Liverpool “fans” ??♂️, if another player had so many missed opportunities as Salah today they’d be slendering him. But because it’s Salah they gonna pull up his personal stats to divert from the fact that he cost us this game ???
— TKidFrmYmbeul (@Bandit_Koto) August 4, 2019
Salah cost us this trophy as a result of his selfishness. #LIVMCI
— Somadina (@summerofafrica) August 4, 2019
Salah has been selfish and rubbish today
— Umaarrr. (@MobidEE) August 4, 2019
Salah today man☹☹
I’m so dissapointed
— Harvey Elliot (@Harveyeliott) August 4, 2019
If Salah converts 5/10 his chances, he easily could have scored 200 goals already for liverpool. He's way too wasteful. Sterling too.
— My Krazy Life (@Flexycent) August 4, 2019