The reigning champions of England suffered a third consecutive Premier League defeat following their capitulation at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.
Liverpool were beaten 3-1 by Leicester City as a sixth league defeat of the season leaves Jurgen Klopp and his players 13 points adrift of league leaders Manchester City, having played a game more.
It’s proven to be a chastening week for the current Premier League holders, who currently are at risk of falling out of the top-four for the first time this season.
Klopp himself has already publicly conceded the title, but Salah vowed that he and his teammates will do all in their power to get Liverpool back on track.
He post on Twitter read: “It’s been a tough period for many reasons. We are champions and we will fight like champions, until the very end.
“We will not allow this season to be defined by the recent results we’ve had. That is my promise to all of you.”
Salah’s emphatic words of motivation even warranted a response from the likes of Kostas Tsimikas and Dejan Lovren.
While the domestic situation has been the worse it’s been in years, Liverpool do have the welcomed distraction of a Champions League last-16 clash against RB Leipzig on Tuesday.
Four days later, the Reds have the small matter of a Merseyside derby at Anfield to prepare for.
Carlo Ancelotti’s team are just three points behind Liverpool in the league standings, having played three matches less.
The Reds, then, can ill-afford to surrender any further ground in the race to finish in the top-four.