It was far from a stonewall penalty- people wouldn’t be questioning it if it was a stonewall penalty. And Salah did dive unless you honestly think the touch from Dummett was enough for Salah to arch his back and go to his knees.
And there is no law that says every touch is a foul - the touch from Dummett wasn’t enough to impede the player - Salah dives and made rbe ref think the touch was.
They shouldn't be questioning it, that's the point. It's not a touch, it's a clear shirt pull. Once that happens, the referee has a job to do, and he did it. Anywhere else on the pitch, it's a free kick, and anywhere in the box, it's a penalty. It would be only be considered a dive if there was no contact at all.
This will be a regular occurrence when VAR comes in. It may happen in the cup next week, and it will certainly happen at some point during the European Cup later this season, be it involving us, or someone else.
No matter how much you try, some just won't take those rose tinted glasses off.
When you come onto a Liverpool fan website, you expect Liverpool fans to be biased. But even with the glasses off, Salah still has done nothing wrong, and has not been punished for a non existent offence.