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VIDEO: Emotional Steven Gerrard gathers Liverpool in for post-match team-talk as title comes within reach

The Liverpool captain says Norwich away is now the biggest game of the season.

STEVEN GERRARD IS just four games away from lifting the one trophy that has eluded him as Liverpool captain.

After today’s pulsating 3 – 2 win over Premier League title rivals Manchester City, Gerrard appeared to wipe a tear away from his eyes before gathering his team-mates into a huddle to remind them of what had to be done to get over the line for the first time in 24 years.

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Asked what he said in the post-match huddle on Sky Sports, Gerrard’s response was “None of your business.”

However, he did elaborate slightly to his interviewer Geoff Shreeves: ” I think you know what  I said, Geoff.

“We just need to stay calm, focus. Then we go for Norwich.”

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