The former Liverpool captain, who is now manager of Rangers, was speaking ahead of the release of Make Us Dream, the biopic of his life which will be shown in cinemas this week, and said he wanted to be as open and honest in the film as possible.
His slip against Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea side at Anfield led to Demba Ba opening the scoring for the Blues, in what is known as a pivotal moment in the Premier League title race from the 2013/14 season.
It’s now been revealed that Gerrard nearly missed the match with a back injury and had to have an injection beforehand, but the Reds legend insists he’ll never use it as an excuse.
“Don't think that is an excuse. What happened was just pure bad luck but, when you do a book or film, especially with people who have won Oscars and made films such as Amy (Winehouse) and Senna, you must be as honest and open as you can,” Gerrard told the Daily Mail .
The former England captain was also quizzed on how the highs and lows of management compare with his experiences as a player.
His Rangers side sit third in the Scottish Premier League, two points behind leaders Celtic, having lost just two of their opening 12 league matches.
When asked if the emotion of winning is better as a player or a manager, Gerrard added:
“Winning as a player is fantastic, winning as a manager now is a great buzz.
“Losing? There is no difference in the hurt. Winning a trophy as a player? Now that's special, incredible. And I would love to be in a position where I experience that as a manager. That is what I want.
“I want to win a trophy — achieve something special. So I'd like to come back to that — what you just asked me — I can't answer it, not at the minute. I hope I get the chance to try one day.”