Steven Gerrard, the Liverpool captain, will be presented with a PFA special merit award on Sunday evening in recognition of his phenomenal 17-year Anfield career.
The one-club midfielder who joined Liverpool as an 8 year old, and progressed to score 183 goals in 705 appearances for the club whilst lifting the Champions League, FA Cup and League Cup as LFC’s captain.
The pair have won 19 major trophies between them – including two Champions League and two UEFA Cup/Europa League victories. Lampard and Gerrard claimed those titles with one club, Liverpool and Chelsea, respectively. They also raked up a total of 220 appearances for England, alongside each other in central midfield.
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