An unfortunate comment from BT host after Liverpool's victory.
The Reds were 5-0 up against the Italians before conceding two late goals to end the game as 5-2 winners.
Roma overturned a three goal deficit against Barcelona in the last round to reach the final four and will hope lightening can strike twice when they host the second leg.
BT Sport host Gary Lineker reflected on the dramatic match with studio pundit Steven Gerrard after the final whistle, and used an unfortunate turn of phrase.
Lineker commented that Liverpool 'let it slip' at the end, immediately conjuring up memories of Gerrard's infamous title-costing slip against Chelsea at Anfield in 2014.
Fans on Twitter couldn't believe Lineker's faux pas and wondered if it was deliberate from the former England striker...
Lineker saying 'they let it slip in the end' sitting right next to Gerrard .........— . (@eddrazzell) April 24, 2018
@GaryLineker just said Liverpool were 5-0 up and let it slip with Steven Gerrard sat next to him— james Roach (@j7roa) April 24, 2018
Can we mention the fact that Lineker said that Liverpool let it slip right in front of Gerrard?— Lev (@CescBomb) April 24, 2018
@GaryLineker absolute savage, keeps saying "they let it slip" with Gerrard sat next to him— Atif-Kun (@Atif_Ilyas_91) April 24, 2018
Hahahaha. @GaryLineker just said “Liverpool let it slip at the end” whilst sitting next to Gerrard— Matt Barton (@MattBarton91) April 24, 2018
Surely the word 'slip' is forbidden in the BT studio when Gerrard's about— Sweetland (@GeorgeTweetland) April 24, 2018
Liverpool's second leg against Roma will take place on Wednesday May 2.