A legion of angry fans have accused top pundit Andy Gray of favouring the Italian champions over the British club with his comments.
Now Reds supporters are threatening a boycott of the broadcasting giant unless ex Everton star Gray is removed from the commentary team for their club's televised games.
The Scottish pundit incensed Kop fans by branding the sending off of Inter midfielder Nicolas Burdisso "shocking", claiming Liverpool star Lucas committed the foul.
And he got their backs up further by appearing to sound down when Fernando Torres bagged the goal that killed the tie and sent his team into the last 16.
Gray said: "It's game over I guess."
Season ticket holder Carl Rittenburg stormed: "I pay £48 per month so I can watch Liverpool's matches on Sky but I'll stop my subscription if they continue to let Andy Gray commentate.
"The man knows his stuff but he is so anti-Liverpool it's shocking and that was clearly evident during the Inter Milan game when he slated us at every chance.
"Gray seemed really annoyed when the Inter guy was sent off - he did nothing but go on about it all game.
"Yet he was calling for Liverpool players to get booked at the end of the match.
"Even when Torres scored the winner - that saw another British side through to the quarter finals - he sounded disappointed. It was like he wanted the Italians to win.
"We're not asking for bias towards Liverpool - were just asking for a fair commentary.
"But in having Gray to cover our games we're not getting that from Sky."
Liverpool fans' revolt against Glasgow-born Gray, 53, has been simmering since he was signed up by Sky in 1990.
Sky Sports refused to comment.