Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard was always one of the sweetest strikers of the ball in the game.
He scored countless long-range stunners to rescue the Reds – most notably in the Champions League against Olympiacos in 2004 and in the 2006 FA Cup final versus West Ham United.
And the 35-year-old, now at Los Angeles Galaxy, showed during a shooting session with F2Freestylers that he had not lost a step. Do these absolute pingers bring back fonder memories, Liverpool fans?
F2Freestylers Billy and Jezza could not believe what they were seeing from the former England captain. and posted the below comment on their YouTube account, according to the Liverpool Echo.
“Without question one of the SWEETEST strikers of a football that has ever graced the beautiful game & that we have ever witnessed! A true legend & we saw first hand EXACTLY why he has scored as many screamers in his career as he has! What a LEGEND!!!!! Unlimited respect for this guy’s Tekkers! Stevie, you are simply the man! Love peace & tekkers, Billy & Jezza “
The Liverpool Echo reports that Gerrard has been training with Liverpool ahead of his return to the MLS next year. Jurgen Klopp will hope that he can pass on some tips to his under-performing attackers.
The Reds, whose trio of summer arrivals Christian Benteke, Roberto Firmino and Divock Origi have six Premier League goals between them this season, have drawn blanks in three of their last four games.
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