Liverpool's Steven Gerrard leaves the field at the end of his Liverpool career during the Barclays Premier League match at the Britannia Stadium, Stoke. 24 May, 2015.

Can you name Liverpool’s XI from Steven Gerrard’s final match in 2015?

Steven Gerrard is undoubtedly a Liverpool legend, but he didn’t get the goodbye he was hoping for; the long-serving club captain’s final appearance for the club was a shocking 6-1 defeat away to Stoke. 

We’re asking you to name the starting XI that Brendan Rodgers went with on that occasion, the final match of an underwhelming 2014-15 Premier League campaign, in which the Reds finished sixth.

Gerrard continued playing over in MLS at LA Galaxy, while the writing was on the wall for Rodgers – he was sacked five months later, while successor Jurgen Klopp ushered in a grand new era at Anfield.

Mark Hughes’ Potters were on fire that afternoon at the Britannia Stadium, going five goals ahead by half-time, with Mama Biram Diouf scoring twice in the opening half-hour.

In a ​Q&A with Stoke Sentinel, Stoke defender Ryan Shawcross has now revealed what happened when the Potters headed back to the dressing room.

He said: “​Stoke City 6-1 Liverpool. We were five up at half-time and when we went back to the dressing room nobody said a word.

“I’ve never known anything like it at half-time, 5-0 up. The manager [Mark Hughes] walked in and didn’t know what to say. We just burst out laughing.”

It wasn’t a vintage Liverpool XI, but Gerrard – who was the closest thing to a recognised striker in Rodgers’ 4-3-3 – was one of several big-name players on the visitors’ teamsheet.

And we’re asking you to name the XI in a quicker time than the 01:42 we managed from the Planet Football office.

If you’re looking for another challenge after this, why not have a go at naming Liverpool’s top 30 goalscorers in Premier League history?

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Good luck, and don’t forget to tweet us your scores at @planetfutebol.

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