Steven Gerrard called time on a truly remarkable playing career on Thursday, and some of his greatest goals have been recalled.
The 36-year-old has officially announced his retirement from football, 18 years since making his senior debut for Liverpool.
Gerrard cemented his reputation as possibly the Reds’ greatest ever player during his 17 years on Merseyside, scoring 186 goals in 710 appearances.
He also won 114 caps for his England, captaining the Three Lions at the 2014 World Cup, and won seven major pieces of silverware in a Liverpool shirt.
Individual acclaim also came his way in 2006 and 2009, when he won the PFA Player of the Year and Footballer of the Year, respectively.
Gerrard was the driving force behind both the 2005 Champions League triumph and FA Cup win a year later under Rafa Benitez – he was the star man in both finals – and skippered the club between 2003 and 2015.
He remains the only player in history to score in the final of the Champions League, FA Cup, UEFA Cup and League Cup.
Of those aforementioned goals for Liverpool, so many of Gerrard’s strikes were genuine screamers, with Olympiakos, West Ham, Man United and Everton all on the receiving end of his brilliance.
Liverpool’s official YouTube account has released a video of the former Reds legend’s top 10 Premier League strikes – which would be your No.1?