West Ham hand evidence to police in Mohamed Salah abuse investigation

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah
Mohamed Salah is the top scorer in the Premier League with 16 goals this season

West Ham say they have handed over all of their evidence to the police after completing a "thorough and immediate" investigation into abuse shouted at Liverpool's Mohamed Salah.

The incident happened during Monday's 1-1 draw at London Stadium.

Egypt striker Salah, 26, was filmed on a mobile phone from a section of home supporters as he was taking a corner.

The footage, taken by a fellow fan, shows expletives directed at Salah, including about his Muslim religion.

"The club is unequivocal in its stance - such abuse will not be tolerated," West Ham said in a statement.

"West Ham can confirm that it has handed evidence to the Metropolitan Police."

The user who posted the video on Twitter said: "I was disgusted by what I was hearing. People like this deserve no place in our society let alone football matches."