Mourinho ridicules Liverpool on the anniversary of Gerrard’s slip

Jose Mourinho took to Instagram to poke enjoyable at Liverpool on the seventh anniversary of Steven Gerrard’s notorious slip against Chelsea.

With Liverpool apparently about to end a 24-year watch for a league title on April 27, 2014, Gerrard mismanaged a cross and slipped on the stroke of half-time at Anfield.

Demba Ba to race clear to provide Chelsea an important lead, earlier than Willian added one other late to safe a 2-0 victory.


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The Blues had just 27 percent under Mourinho that day, as they ended Liverpool’s 11-game winning streak to blow the title race open.

And Mourinho – who was dismissed by Spurs last week – has had some enjoyable in his downtime, importing an image of himself conserving the ball away from him Gerrard on the touchline on that memorable day.

He captioned the image: ‘Anfield, April twenty seventh 2014. Possession of a ball.’

Talking back in March 2019, Gerrard admitted that that moment against Chelsea will at all times be one that can corrupt his career with a component of disappointment.

“This wound has been open since that have,” he said.

“I am undecided it should close as a result of I am unable to change that have. It does not have an effect on how I really feel in direction of what I am taking a look at now.

“I do not drive myself loopy for it. On the identical time, it was such a big year. The trophy that upset me. I am at all times going to look back and want it had been totally different.

“I give it some thought most days. A Liverpool team that wins the league would assist how I really feel for certain.

“After I analyze it correctly I perceive that it isn’t just that moment (the slip) however nonetheless a part of my head pondering it’s.

“Individuals inform me, to make me really feel higher, it was over 38 video games.

“However I nonetheless know, behind what you are telling me, that moment was so big.”

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