The Egypt global was filmed by a fan driving one-handed while using his mobile phone and Anfield staff saw the footage on social media before taking the decision to report Salah to Merseyside police.
In the footage the Egyptian - wearing a red top - appears to use his mobile phone as he gazes down at the screen.
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Liverpool management also confirmed that it had spoken to Salah and that it was dealing with the situation internally, but that neither it nor the player will comment further at this time, Metro reported. The Egypt striker had scored the opening goal of the game.
'This has been passed to the relevant department. "Thanks for letting us know", the tweet from Merseyside Police Contact Centre read.
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Liverpool's star man Mo Salah could be in trouble with the police having been caught on his mobile phone in his vehicle.
On the Goverment's official website it states that 'You can get 6 penalty points and a £200 fine if you use a hand-held phone when driving.
Sky Sports cameras captured the young boy as he made a beeline for Salah, who he immediately pulled in for a hug.
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