Gerrard celebrates scoring at Anfield by shushing Celtic supporters once again.
Liverpool and Celtic legends played a charity match, which saw Steven Gerrard score a goal at Anfield once again. The Liverpool legend, who last wore the team’s kit on 16th May 2015, made a special appearance as part of the team of Reds legends. He scored from the penalty spot and celebrated in front of the Celtic supporters’ stand, prompting them to throw objects, including bottles. In response, Gerrard put his index finger to his mouth, gesturing for them to be quiet, while pointing to the crest of his lifelong club. Some spectators captured the incident from various angles, including Gerrard raising his other arm in circles to involve Liverpool’s fans in the celebration. It is important to note that Gerrard won the 2021 Scottish League as Rangers’ manager, which may have influenced the gesture between him and Celtic fans.