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Villa by no means disgraced themselves after the Reds beat them by the narrowest of margins thanks to Mohamed Salah's penalty.
The result would have still irked Gerrard though, in what has been a fine start to his tenure as Villa boss, after winning three of his first four games in charge.
The Reds legend did his usual post-match interviews, which included a funny exchange of words with former Liverpool teammate, Michael Owen.
Owen admitted how much he used to hate coming back to Anfield as an opposing player to which Gerrard brilliantly replied: "If I played for Man U I'd hate coming back too!"
The response was greeted with plenty of laughter from Owen and another Liverpool legend in Robbie Fowler, who was asking Gerrard the bulk of the post-match interview questions at Anfield.
He scored 17 goals in 52 appearances in his three seasons at Old Trafford, with arguably his finest moment coming in the form of a dramatic stoppage-minute winner against Manchester City.
His team now sit 12th in the table with 19 points from 16 games heading further into this busy festive period of fixtures.
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