Following their burst up against Burnley, Sadio Mane has insisted that he has no problem with Mohamed Salah instead their main focus is centered on helping Liverpool.
The Senegalese showed a rare display of emotion when he was substituted at Burnley last month, furious that his team-mate had not passed to him when he was in a better position. The two quickly made up and were on the scoresheet in the following game as they beat Newcastle United 3-1.
Speaking in a press conference ahead of their clash against FC Salzburg, Mane revealed that there is no hard feelings between him and Salah, "It's football, you want to score more goals. Look at City winning 8-0 (against Watford).
"For us it is important to score more. But it can happen. He didn't see me and I was frustrated. We're really good friends."
Their match against Salzburg is slated for a 10 PM (EAT) kick-off at Anfield on Wednesday 2nd October.