Salah, who arrived from Roma for an initial fee of €42million last month, played 50 minutes of the match in Hong Kong, where fellow new signing Dominic Solanke and Divock Origi scored the goals.
Several stars impressed during the clash against Premier League opposition, though not every key player delivered.
"You can not win against Crystal Palace even in a pre-season game if you're not playing a good game".
Another lovely move saw Sturridge flick a ball over the top from Henderson to Adam Lallana, but the midfielders skied his strike.
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Even though at least one fan in the Hong Kong crowd was spotted wearing a shirt of arch-rivals Manchester United, the majority of the crowd had come to see Liverpool.
Solkanke broke the deadlock in the 61st minute when he unleashed a powerful shot at the edge of the Palace box after a backheel from Divork Origi.
Salah - one of Liverpool's brightest players in the opening 45 minutes - nearly curled a trademark left-footer into the far top corner after a run across the edge of the box, but fired just over.
Lyon, Marseille and Monaco have all been linked with the Belgium global, who played in Ligue 1 at Lille prior to his £10 million switch to Anfield.
According to a recent report from the Daily Mirror, Everton are keen on signing Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke as they look to replace Romelu Lukaku. James Milner fired the ball in from the left, and after Coutinho had an effort blocked, it fell kindly to Origi just six yards out.