- Steven Gerrard is the newest inductee into the Premier League Hall of Fame
- The 40-year-old played 504 league matches in his 16-year career with Liverpool
- The Rangers manager won six Player of the Month awards during his career at Anfield
Steven Gerrard is the seventh inductee into the Premier League's Hall of Fame despite not landing a league title with the Merseyside giants, Sky Sports.
The Glasgow Rangers manager spent his entire 16-year career with Liverpool which spanned from 1998 to 2015.
The 40-year-old scored 120 goals, provided 92 assists in 504 Premier League appearances for the Anfield giants.
Liverpool were agonizingly denied three league title during the 2013/14, 2008/09 and 2001/02 campaigns as they came send in all of the three seasons.
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However, Gerrard has won the Premier League of the Month six times scoring memorable goals for his boyhood club.
The former England international who has been tipped to become Jurgen Klopp's successor in the future has joined the likes of Roy Keane, Frank Lampard, Alan Shearer, Eric Cantona and Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp.
He also earned 114 caps scoring 21 goals for the Three Lions, playing in four European Championships, four World Cups.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Dennis Bergkamp is the latest inductee into the Premier League Hall of fame following the likes of Roy Keane, Frank Lampard, Alan Shearer, Eric Cantona and Thierry Henry, Daily Star.
The former Dutch international played a major role in Arsene Wenger's three Premier League titles during his 11-year spell with Arsenal.
The 52-year-old has been fondly remembered for two great goals he scored against Newcastle which was voted the best in the first 25 years of the Premier League.
And the other against Leicester City, where he mesmerized a defender and finally bagged a hat-trick in the their famous win at Filbert street.
Legit.ng also reported that a goal each from Roberto Firmino, Nathaniel Phillips and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain were all Liverpool needed to outclass Burnley at Turf Moor in their penultimate Premier League game this season.
The triumph gave the Reds the confidence that they can qualify for the Champions League next season if they avoid defeat in their final game of the season.
Although the Merseyside outfit is on the same point as Leicester City, the Anfield side has a better goal difference which is the reason they are now fourth on the table.