It's been a magnificent season for Liverpool and they're looking in incredibly good shape to win their maiden Premier League title. It's been 29 years since the Reds finished top of the tree, last lifting the First Divison back in the 1989/90 campaign so its been a long wait for everyone involved with the club.
This year they're involved in a scrap with north west rivals Manchester City for the honour of being crowned Premier League Champions, just like in the 2013/14 campaign. The Reds were just 3 games away from lifting the title and in their penultimate home game they faced Chelsea, knowing that three points would see them take a massive step towards it.
It was an emotional afternoon at Anfield and it eventually ended in tears. Fans favourite and club legend Steven Gerrard slipping late in the first half which led to Demba Ba storming through unopposed and putting Chelsea 1-0 up. The Blues eventually won 2-0 and effectively ended the hosts title ambitions, which was confirmed a week later when they threw away a 3-0 lead against Crystal Palace, drawing 3-3.
The implications of Steven Gerrard's slip were massive at the time and they still are now, with it still clearly weighing on the Rangers managers mind. The 38 year-old spoke out on some of his thoughts on those events in his pre-Hibernian press conference.
"This wound has been open since my experience. I'm not sure it'll close because I can't change that experience," Gerrard, who departed Liverpool in 2015, told reporters.
"It doesn't affect how I feel (about Liverpool) now. I look at a squad of players, some of whom I'm still friends with. "I see a support that gave me absolutely everything from the terraces and around the world."
Steven Gerrard's 17 year spell with the club saw him rise through the ranks and become captain, along with winning pretty much every honour available barring the Premier League title. He's enjoyed a glittering career but unfortunately he's remembered by many supporters for his slip, with memes of the incident regularly appearing on Instagram on Twitter.
He's spoken out on the matter several times, with the 'make us dream' film made on his career giving a real insight into how he felt after that unfortunate event. But now four years on, his old side are in with a fantastic chance of ending that long drought under Jurgen Klopp.