I've got one eye on Liverpool's title challenge, admits Gerrard
It's not really a great surprise, that a man that spent his entire career at Anfield - before retiring in MLS - would be 'keeping an eye on' his old side but that's what Liverpool legend and former captain Steven Gerrard told the club's TV channel following the match today.
The Glasgow Rangers manager, in typical Gerrard fashion, fashioned a superb winner in the second half of the LFC Foundation charity match today, after Milan had performed a mini-comeback late on in the match.
Gerrard managed the full 80+ minutes of the game and stood out like a sore thumb, having only retired from first-team football a couple of years ago now.
Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com following the match, the former LFC captain said: "I've got a day job now but I still keep one eye on Anfield.
"I just hope the lads can go and get us over the line because I'll be the happiest man in the world."
The Reds, of course, are still going strong on two fronts as the 2018-19 season draws to it's climax and Gerrard, despite having his own challenges ongoing with Rangers will be as enraptured as the rest of us as Jurgen Klopp's team bid to win a massive double.