The former Reds star displayed his love for his boyhood club, in his role as a pundit for BT Sport.
The ex-midfielder was caught on camera screaming and hitting a window of the box looking onto the pitch as Georginio Wijnaldum drew Liverpool level at Anfield in the 57th minute.
Gerrard, who captained the side before a move to LA Galaxy in 2015, was initially very disappointed with the decision to award a free kick to Antonio Conte’s team, which lead to Chelsea taking the lead through David Luiz.
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But to Gerrard’s delight, the Dutch midfielder cancelled out Luiz’s spectacular long-range free kick.
In the clip, the 36-year-old, who has rejoined Liverpool as a youth coach, is seen leaping into the air and waving his fists in celebration.
Speaking about his new role as an academy coach roaming between the Under-16s and Under-23s, he said: "It feels like completing the circle; returning to the place where professionally it all began.
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Steven Gerrard has been announced as a new academy coach with Liverpool
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Steven Gerrard has been announced as a new academy coach at Liverpool
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Georginio Wijnaldum scored in the 57th minute to claim a point for Liverpool
“However, this isn't a decision based on emotion – it's about what I can offer and contribute to Liverpool.”
After spending 17 years at the club, there has been much speculation about his desire to one day take full control and manage the first team.
He told BBC Sport last week that he was open to the prospect but was backing Liverpool’s current boss Jurgen Klopp for now.
"There's no rush, no timescale,” he said. "The silly thing for me would be to rush and go in when I'm not ready.
"I've got incredible people around me and hopefully in the future, there'll be some exciting opportunities.”