- 13th May was the 14th anniversary of the 'Gerrard final' when club captain Stevie G single-handedly led the Reds to the FA Cup.
- The Scream is the popular name given to a composition created by Norwegian Expressionist artist Edvard Munch in 1893.
- The legendary painting's condition worsens by the day - even the beautiful piece of art is not as evergreen as the all-time great performance put in by Gerrard at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
There have been over a 100 FA Cup finals in the history of club football's oldest competition, but only one of them is famously known by the name of a footballer who made the final his own.
Steven Gerrard's iconic performance in the 2006 FA Cup final against West Ham United included a 91st-minute equaliser from more than 35 yards out, a goal which remains to this day arguably the greatest goal in the competition's history.
Here's one thing the goal will probably outlast - the legendary painting 'The Scream', whose condition is worsening by the day.
An article by ScienceNews pinpoints the reasons as to why the painting is losing its original colours: "Edvard Munch’s 1910 version of this iconic artwork has rarely been displayed since 2006 because the painting’s cadmium sulfide pigments are so fragile.
"Chemical analysis of the painting shows that moisture is the main reason for the deterioration, while light plays only a minor role...moisture is the main culprit in ageing 'The Scream'."
In contrast, Gerrard's 'screamer' in 2006 is a piece of art in itself which will never fade away - relive the memory of that amazing evening by watching the game highlights below.
There may be only one "The Scream", but there is also only one man who has a FA Cup final named after him.
Poetically enough, the reaction in the painting was the exact same reaction millions of people across the world had when Captain Fantastic's rocket of a shot connected with the back of the net.