Liverpool's winning record at Anfield in the Premier League ends at 24 games following a 1-1 draw with Burnley on Saturday.
Curtis Jones was presented in on goal following the opening 15 minutes but shot tamely at Nick Pope after receiving a cutback from Roberto Firmino before the Burnley shot-stopper acrobatically turned Salah’s first-time volley from the six-yard area behind for a corner two minutes later.
The home side’s persistence finally paid off after 34 minutes when Andrew Robertson arrived at the far post to head home Fabinho’s cross-field ball from the left.
Pope denied the Reds a second goal deep in stoppage time following Mane’s blistering close-range shot from the far side.
Firmino came close to breaking his Anfield duck in the league when his low shot from the inside left channel came off the post two minutes after halftime.
The Reds continued misfiring despite enjoying territorial play as Salah ballooned over the top from close-range following a short corner just after the hour mark.
Trent Alexander-Arnold and Naby Keita filled in from the bench with a quarter of the match remaining as Jones and Williams shifted back to the bench in a double substitution.
However, Burnley levelled after the drinks break when Jay Rodriguez volleyed into the far corner from a square ball on the edge of the area, with the Video Assistant Referee approving the strike.
With a penalty call on Robertson waved away late on, Berg Gudmundsson almost handed the visitors the lead when his shot from a loose ball hit the crossbar.
Salah could’ve given the Reds all the points deep in time added on with a clear ball from the right by Alexander-Arnold, but he failed to beat Pope as it ended all square.
Norwich City 0-4 West Ham United
Norwich City will be playing in the Championship next season after the 4-0 defeat to West Ham United confirmed their relegation.
The hosts showed no real attacking threat early on as West Ham went ahead through Michail Antonio's close-range finish on 11 minutes, before Antonio got his and the Hammers' second with a towering header.
It was more of the same in the second half as Antonio completed his hat-trick in the 54th minute before netting his fourth goal with 15 minutes left on the clock.
Watford 2-1 Newcastle United
Watford moved five points clear of the relegation zone after defeating Newcastle United 2-1 at Vicarage Road.
The visitors took the lead in the 23rd minute through Dwight Gayle's close-range finish, only for Troy Deeney to equalise in the 56th minute.
Deeney was the hero again with 10 minutes left, after converting his second penalty to seal victory for the hosts.