Liverpool saw off Newcastle in dramatic fashion with Divock Origi scoring a late winner at St James' Park, sending thousands of supporters into bedlam.
The Reds took the lead via Virgil van Dijk's early header, only for Newcastle's Christian Atsu to strike less than ten minutes later.
Salah was then involved in a collision with goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, leading to him being stretchered off with possible concussion. Divock Origi came on in replace of the Egyptian.
With less than five minutes to go, the Reds looked in a precarious position, needing a goal to save their title bid without the injured Salah and Roberto Firmino.
It wasn't just the away section either, there were hundreds of Liverpool supporters dotted all around the stadium, including in the hospitality suites, which erupted in songs from Reds at the full-time whistle.
Hospitality weren't to happy, up thr reds 👊👊👊 pic.twitter.com/aZ24mbPlX5
Same 👊🏽 pic.twitter.com/NoAClejtdZ
Your table number best be an omen 🤞🏻🏆1️⃣9️⃣
The Reds will be hoping Leicester can do them a favour against Manchester City on Monday night with Jurgen Klopp's side holding a two-point lead over their title rivals.
They could be without the injured Salah and Firmino, a huge blow for their aspirations of reaching the final for a second consecutive season.