A furious Mane was livid that Salah had not passed to him at Turf Moor despite being wide open and was fuming when he was substituted, heatedly re-enacting the moment in the dugout to his teammates and arguing with staff.
However, The Athletic report that Mane had cooled down by full-time and Salah chatted to him in the dressing room as though nothing had happened.
Both players agreed to forget about it and the harmony in the camp has not been affected, with skipper Jordan Henderson confirming that Mane was laughing and joking with the rest of the squad.
Salah was quick to make light of the incident on social media afterwards too, uploading a clip to his Instagram story of Roberto Firminos face in the tunnel as he was rather awkwardly placed between the two warring teammates.
Roberto Firmino knows what Mane and Salah are up to pic.twitter.com/L1z5wL5Xlw
— Arsalan (@LioM10__) September 1, 2019
Manager Jurgen Klopp played down the drama afterwards, while he dismissed the notion of talking to Salah and asking him to pass more often.
The German explained: I could describe five or six situations where everyone thought “pass it, pass it, pass it” and then he scored. So, that is the freedom of the player. The boys have to make these decisions: pass the ball, dont pass the ball.