Two men from the Italian capital were charged on Thursday in connection with an attack on a 53-year-old man, who suffered serious head injuries just before kick-off and remains in a critical condition.
His goals have also helped bring the best out of Roberto Firmino, another player whom Liverpool reportedly hope to tie down to a new and improved contract.
In a statement on the Merseyside Police website, the force confirmed that "two men, aged 25 and 26 years from Rome, have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a 53-year-old man was seriously injured before the Champions League semi-final game".
With his brace against Roma taking him to 43 goals for the season, Salah is now the outright top scorer in Europe with his fellow Ballon d'Or contenders Ronaldo and Messi on 41 and 35 respectively.
"This is intolerable and mustn't exist in the world of football".
Liverpool supporters gear up for the Champions League semi final against AS Roma
Reports today said that the aggression was sudden and very violent.
Salah should get a shot at major silverware this season after seeing Liverpool take a giant step forward in the Champions League.
"It's really I think a outcome of the attack on the Manchester City bus".
"It's a massive game, we need to be ready, we will try everything we can to be ready for that".
"We really weren't good for 50 minutes and we lost all the challenges and duels and couldn't even make simple five yard passes", said the Italian whose team had been 5-0 down.
'We can't rule them out - they did a miracle against Barcelona in the last round, ' he added. I am happy for him, as he's a lovely guy with great values who looks at every detail. It will be a insane atmosphere but we played in one similar at Man City and we know what we need to do if we score quite early I think it will be a quite different.