Mohamed Salah gives shock reply in mixed zone after furious row with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp

Mohamed Salah refused to open up on his mid-match disagreement with Jurgen Klopp, claiming: “There is going to be fire today if I speak."

Salah was involved in a touchline argument with his manager as he prepared to be sent on alongside Joe Gomez and Darwin Nunez in the second half of the 2-2 draw.

Salah cut an animated figure as he robustly argued his point with Klopp before he was sent to try and score the winning goal after Michail Antonio had equalised on the day.

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It was left to Nunez to step in and usher Salah away from the scene and the Egypt captain was in no mood to reveal the details about the incident as he made his way out of the London Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

“There is going to be fire today if I speak," Salah offered before walking away from the assembled media.

Asked about the incident himself, Klopp said: "We spoke about it in the dressing room but it’s done for me. That’s all. That’s it.” Asked if it was resolved for Salah as well, Klopp added: "It was my impression, yes.”

Andy Robertson and an own goal from Alphonse Areola had cancelled out Jarrod Bowen's opener before Antonio's leveller earned a draw for David Moyes's men.

The result leaves Liverpool two points adrift of league leaders Arsenal, who play local rivals Tottenham on Sunday afternoon.