Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has once again been slammed for diving following his antics against Crystal Palace this afternoon.
The Reds have been awarded five Premier League penalties this season which have involved controversial decisions going in favour of the Egyptian.
The 26-year-old won a dubious penalty against Brighton and Hove Albion last week and he has again been involved in more controversy at Anfield.
Did Salah dive vs Crystal Palace?
— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) January 19, 2019
Salah has certainly not helped improve his reputation for diving this afternoon against Roy Hodgson’s Palace.
The forward threw himself to the floor inside the area when tangling with Mamadou Sakho.
The African Player of the Year collapses to the floor despite near enough no contact from the Frenchman.
Salah will draw huge criticism for the dive and rightly so with the player clearly cheating.
The reaction on social media has seen many fans express their anger towards the Liverpool man.
Andros Townsend handed the visitors the lead before Salah and Roberto Firmino turned the game on its head.
Salah slammed for dive vs Crystal Palace
It’s becoming a weekly occurrence with Salah.
I admitted that his ‘dive’ against Brighton wasn’t a dive but there seems to be a case to be made week in week out nowadays.
— In Emery we trust (@JackTheGooner) January 19, 2019
when will Mo Salah start to get carded for his dive? or we will just continue to watch and nothing will happen?
— Omoba (@HakeemD26) January 19, 2019
Another dive by Liverpool’s Mohammed Salah to add to the collection.
— Last Word On Spurs🎙 (@LastWordOnSpurs) January 19, 2019
Salah that was an awful penalty attempt, clearly a dive. Can’t defend that one.
And of course Milner gets beat for the goal, it’s gonna be one of those days.
— Chris Brown (@YesImChrisBrown) January 19, 2019
Salah again with a horrendous dive, ruining the game for everyone pal👌🏻
— L o u (@LouisLouis__) January 19, 2019
Salah trying to dive his way to the golden boot. Lol pathetic. pic.twitter.com/ruPlx6I0mG
— Chris Lodato (@TheLionGooner) January 19, 2019
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