Mane and Senegal prevailed when they went head-to-head with Salah’s Egypt in the AFCON final earlier this month.
The club team-mates also meet again next month in a crucial World Cup qualifying playoff.
So you could be forgiven for thinking that tensions between the two players are high, especially in light of a couple of on field spats.
However Canal Football Club has reported that Mane asked Liverpool not to make any reference of his or Senegal’s AFCON triumph in Liverpool’s first home game since the final as they welcomed Norwich to Anfield.
Mane made the request out of respect to his team-mate Salah, who is still hurting after Egypt’s defeat.
The final itself was a drab affair, but it was brought to life by the rivalry between the Liverpool duo.
Mane dramatically scored the decisive penalty in the shoot out – after missing a spot kick in normal time – to clinch Senegal’s first ever AFCON title.
The Senegalese hitman’s winning penalty also denied Salah the opportunity to take one, as he was due to take Egypt’s fifth spot kick.
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Despite that drama, one of the abiding images of the tournament in Cameroon was Mane comforting Salah, with the Egyptian struggling to hold back the tears.
Talking to Que Golazo YouTube Channel, Mane said: “Me and Mo Salah don’t even talk about it. I think that I’m still thinking about my African Cup, but it’s also an important game that means a lot to me and my people.”
On the upcoming World Cup qualifiers Mane said: “If we can qualify – and we will do everything to do it – it’s very important for me, my teammates and my country because it’s a really, really massive competition, which is a dream for any football player.
“We will be well prepared for it and do everything possible to win because it’s really important.”
The gesture certainly did the trick in the short term, with the pair on the scoresheet after Liverpool came from behind to beat Norwich City.
Jurgen Klopp will no doubt be delighted with Mane’s thoughtfulness. And with the pair going head-to-head again next month Klopp will be hoping for more of the same from his star strikers, whoever emerges victorious.