Former Liverpool striker, Michael Owen, claimed Mohamed Salah is becoming increasingly selfish on the field.
Owen took aim at the 28-year-old following his underwhelming display against rivals Manchester United, which ended in a goalless stalemate on Sunday.
“There is a lot of selfishness creeping in, I’ve seen that again,” Owen told Premier League Productions.
“Mo Salah is not passing enough of the ball again. He’s never passed it much, but there are extremes. The last sort of few games I’m thinking: ‘Come on’.”
The Egyptian forward has not scored a Premier League goal since coming off the bench to net a brace in the 7-0 hammering of Crystal Palace just before Christmas.