Steven Gerrard

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Steven Gerrard MBE
Steven Gerrard, 2014.jpg
Gerrard playing for Liverpool in 2014.
Personal information
Full name Steven George Gerrard[1]
Date of birth (1980-05-30) 30 May 1980 (age 34)[1]
Place of birth Whiston, Merseyside, England
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)[2]
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current team
Liverpool
Number 8
Youth career
1987–1998 Liverpool
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1998– Liverpool 479 (112)
National team
1999–2000 England U21 4 (1)
2000–2014 England 114 (21)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 16 September 2014 (UTC).
† Appearances (Goals).

Steven George Gerrard MBE (born 30 May 1980) is an English footballer who plays for and captains Premier League club Liverpool. He has played much of his career as a central midfielder, but he has also been used as a second striker, holding midfielder, right back and right winger.[3][4][5][6]

Gerrard has spent his entire career at Anfield, making his debut in 1998, cementing his place in the first team in 2000, and succeeding Sami Hyypiä as team captain in 2003. His honours include two FA Cups, three League Cups, one UEFA Champions League, one UEFA Cup, and two UEFA Super Cups.

Gerrard made his international debut for the England national football team in 2000, and represented his country at the 2000, 2004 and 2012 UEFA European Football Championships, as well as the 2006, 2010 and 2014 FIFA World Cups – captaining the team at the latter two tournaments.[7] He was named as the permanent England captain shortly before UEFA Euro 2012,[8] where he was named in the UEFA Team of the Tournament.[9] Gerrard became the sixth player to win 100 caps for England in 2012,[10] and is currently third in the country's all time appearance list. He ended his international career in July 2014, having won 114 caps.

Gerrard came second only to Kenny Dalglish in the "100 Players Who Shook The Kop", a Liverpool fan poll, and came first in 2013.[11][12] Zinedine Zidane said in 2009 that he considered Gerrard to be the best footballer in the world.[13] In 2005, Gerrard was honoured as the UEFA Club Footballer of the Year and won the Ballon d'Or Bronze Award. He has also been named in the PFA Team of the Year a record eight times, the UEFA Team of the Year and FIFA World XI three times, and was named PFA Players' Player of the Year in 2006 and the FWA Footballer of the Year in 2009. He is, to date, the only footballer ever to have scored a goal in an FA Cup Final, a League Cup Final, a UEFA Cup Final and a Champions League Final.[14]

Early life

Born in Whiston, Merseyside,[1] Gerrard started out playing for hometown team Whiston Juniors, where he was noticed by Liverpool scouts. He later joined the Liverpool Academy at the age of nine.[15] Gerrard then had trials with various clubs at fourteen, but his success wasn't immediate — Gerrard never made it into the England schoolboys' team. Gerrard's trials included Manchester United, which he claimed in his 2006 autobiography was "to pressure Liverpool into giving me a YTS contract."[16] He signed his first professional contract with Liverpool on 5 November 1997.[16]

Liverpool career

Beginnings and struggles

Gerrard made his Liverpool first-team debut on 29 November 1998 in a Premier League match against Blackburn Rovers as a last-minute substitute for Vegard Heggem.[17] He made thirteen appearances in his debut season, filling in for injured captain Jamie Redknapp in centre-midfield.[15] He also occasionally played on the right wing, but he scarcely contributed in the short on-pitch time he received, due to nervousness affecting his play.[18] Gerrard recalled in a November 2008 interview with The Guardian, "I was out of position and out of my depth." The Liverpool hierarchy nonetheless remained convinced that he would improve.[18] Gerrard saw himself as a defensive player primarily, looking to make key tackles rather than push the team forward.[17]

Gerrard began to regularly partner Redknapp in central midfield for the 1999–2000 season. After starting the derby against Everton on the bench, he replaced Robbie Fowler in the second half but received his first career red card for a foul on Everton's Kevin Campbell shortly afterwards.[19] Later that season, Gerrard scored his first senior goal in a 4–1 victory over Sheffield Wednesday.[20] However, he began to suffer from nagging back problems, which sports consultant Hans-Wilhelm Müller-Wohlfahrt later diagnosed as a result of accelerated growth, coupled with excessive playing, during his teenage years.[16] He was then beset by groin injuries that required four separate operations.[16]

Gerrard shooting for Liverpool

He went on to recover from this, and in the 2000–01 season made fifty starts in all competitions and scored ten goals as he won his first major honours with Liverpool – the FA Cup, League Cup, and the UEFA Cup. In the following season, he would go on to win both the FA Charity Shield and UEFA Super Cup.

After a year as Liverpool vice-captain, Gerrard replaced Sami Hyypiä as Liverpool captain in October 2003, as manager Gérard Houllier said that he recognised Gerrard had demonstrated leadership qualities early on, but needed to mature.[21] He chose to extend his contract at the club, signing a new four-year deal.[22]

Houllier resigned as Liverpool manager after a trophyless 2003–04 campaign, and Gerrard was linked with a move to Chelsea during the off-season. He admitted he was not "happy with the progress Liverpool has made", and that "for the first time in my career I've thought about the possibility of moving on."[23] In the end, Gerrard turned down a £20 million offer from Chelsea to stay with Liverpool and new coach Rafael Benítez.[24]

Breakthrough and trophies

Liverpool were wracked with injury early in the 2004–05 season, and a foot injury suffered in a September league match against Manchester United shelved Gerrard until late November. He returned to score in the last five minutes of a Champions League group stage match against Olympiacos to secure Liverpool's advancement to the knockout round.[25] He claimed that this was his most important, if not his best, goal for Liverpool to date.[26] However, Gerrard netted an own goal during the 2005 League Cup final on 27 February, which proved decisive in Liverpool's 3–2 loss to Chelsea.[27]

Gerrard playing for Liverpool during the 2006–07 season

During a six-minute stretch in the second half of the 2005 Champions League final against A.C. Milan, Liverpool came back from a three-goal deficit to tie the match at 3–3 after extra time, with Gerrard scoring one of the goals. Liverpool's third goal was gained as a penalty from a foul awarded to Liverpool when Gennaro Gattuso was judged to have pulled down Gerrard in Milan's penalty box.[28] Gerrard did not participate in the penalty shootout (he was the designated fifth penalty taker) which Liverpool won 3–2 as they claimed their first Champions League trophy in twenty years.[29] Dubbed the Miracle of Istanbul, the match is widely regarded as one of the greatest finals in the competition's history, and Gerrard was lauded as the catalyst for the second half comeback.[30][31][32] Gerrard was named the Man of the Match, and later received the UEFA Club Footballer of the Year award.[33]

In regards to his contract issues with Liverpool, Gerrard told the press after the final, "How can I leave after a night like this?"[34] But negotiations soon stalled and on 5 July 2005, after Liverpool turned down another lucrative offer from Chelsea, Gerrard rejected a club-record £100,000-a-week offer. Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry conceded the club had lost Gerrard, saying, "Now we have to move on. We have done our best, but he has made it clear he wants to go and I think it looks pretty final."[35] The next day, Gerrard signed a new four-year deal as Parry blamed the earlier breakdown of talks on miscommunication between the two sides.[36][37]

"Gerrard is for me, in the position he plays, one of the very best in the world. He has a huge impact. For the job he performs, for me, he is one of the greatest."

Ronaldinho in 2007 with both players named in the FIFA World XI.[38]

Gerrard scored 23 goals in 53 appearances in 2005–06, and in April became the first Liverpool player since John Barnes in 1988 to be voted the PFA Player of the Year.[39] He scored twice in the 2006 FA Cup Final against West Ham United, including an equalizer that sent the match into extra time, and Liverpool won their second consecutive major trophy on penalties. The goals made him the only player to have scored in the FA Cup, League Cup, UEFA Cup and Champions League finals.[40] Liverpool eliminated Chelsea in the 2006–07 Champions League semi-finals to return to their second final in three seasons, which they lost 2–1 to Milan.[41][42]

Gerrard suffered a toe fracture in an August 2007 Champions League qualifier against Toulouse,[43] but returned four days later to play the entirety of a 1–1 league draw against Chelsea.[44] On 28 October 2007, Gerrard played his 400th game for Liverpool in a league match against Arsenal, in which he scored.[45][46] He scored in all but one of Liverpool's domestic and European matches during the month of November, and after scoring the only goal in a Champions League away tie against Olympique de Marseille on 11 December, he became the first Liverpool player since John Aldridge in 1989 to score in seven consecutive games in all competitions.[47]

Continued success and stardom

Gerrard after scoring a hat-trick in the Merseyside Derby in 2012.

Gerrard made his 300th Premier League appearance on 13 April 2008 in a match against Blackburn Rovers, scoring the opening goal in a game which Liverpool won 3–1,[48][49] and finished the season with twenty-one goals in all competitions, surpassing his total from the 2006–07 season. Gerrard was selected for the PFA Team of the Year and he was also one of the nominees or the PFA Player of the Year, alongside teammate Fernando Torres.[50][51]

Gerrard needed to undergo groin surgery at the beginning of the 2008–09 season, but the problem was not serious and he quickly returned to training.[52] He scored what appeared to be his hundredth career Liverpool goal against Stoke City on 20 September, but it was disallowed after Dirk Kuyt was ruled offside.[53] He achieved the milestone eleven days later in a 3–1 Champions League group stage win over PSV.[54]

"Is he the best in the world? He might not get the attention of Messi and Ronaldo but yes, I think he just might be. He has great passing ability, can tackle and scores goals, but most importantly he gives the players around him confidence and belief. You can't learn that – players like him are just born with that presence."

Zinedine Zidane on Gerrard, 2009.[55]

He made his 100th appearance in European club competition for Liverpool on 10 March 2009 against Real Madrid and scored twice in a 4–0 win.[56] Four days after the impressive victory over Real, Gerrard would score at Old Trafford for the first time from the penalty spot, putting Liverpool ahead on their way to a 4–1 victory over Manchester United.[57] Following these results, three-time FIFA World Player of the Year Zinedine Zidane hailed the Liverpool skipper as being the best player in the world.[55] On 22 March 2009, Gerrard scored his first ever hat-trick in the Premier League, against Aston Villa, in a 5–0 victory.[58]

On 13 May 2009, Gerrard was named as the 2009 Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year, beating Ryan Giggs by just 10 votes and becoming the first Liverpool player to win the award in nineteen years. Gerrard was delighted and "a little bit surprised" to win the award.[59] On 5 December 2009, Gerrard made his 500th appearance for Liverpool in a 0–0 draw at Blackburn where he was accused of a diving incident in an attempt to win a penalty,[60] after multiple instances of Gerrard being accused of simulation while playing for both club and country.[61][62][63] Gerrard himself has been vocal in his criticism of diving.[64] He ended the 2009–10 season with a total of 12 goals and nine assists from 46 matches.[14]

Following the 2009–10 season, Rafael Benítez departed Liverpool after six years and was succeeded as manager by Roy Hodgson, who quickly assured fans that Gerrard would not be sold.[65] To further eliminate any speculation surrounding his future at the club, Gerrard made a statement emphasising his excitement at the coming season with Liverpool and praising the signing of Joe Cole.[66] Gerrard soon played his first pre-season match of the 2010–11 season against Borussia Mönchengladbach on 1 August 2010 alongside new signing Joe Cole.[67]

Gerrard before Jamie Carragher's testimonial

Gerrard scored his first goal of the 2010–11 season from the penalty spot in a Europa League qualifier against Macedonian side FK Rabotnički on 5 August 2010.[68]

His next two goals came on 19 September at Old Trafford in a 3–2 loss against Manchester United; he scored from a penalty kick in the 64th minute and a free-kick six minutes later to level the game at 2–2.[69] He followed this up one week later with the second equaliser in a 2–2 home draw with Sunderland.[70] Eleven days later, Gerrard came off the bench to score a second-half hat-trick in a 3–1 win over Napoli in the Europa League.[71]

Gerrard missed the start of the 2011–12 season due to a groin injury, which had also kept him out of action for large parts of the previous season.[72] Gerrard later went on to reveal he rejected the chance to join Bayern Munich in the summer to focus on getting Liverpool back in the Champions League, saying "...a traditional club like Liverpool still has a value, that’s the reason why I have stuck around for so long...it is more important to win a couple of trophies and achieve something that is a lot more difficult than go down the easy road and move to a club where it becomes easier." [73] Gerrard would eventually make his first start for Liverpool squad in an October match at Anfield against fierce rivals Manchester United. He scored Liverpool's only goal in the match, from a direct free kick, which ended in a 1–1 draw.

On 29 October, Gerrard underwent a treatment to clear an infection in his right ankle, which was placed in a protective plaster cast. He was forced to miss Liverpool's league match against West Bromwich Albion that day and was ruled out for at least the match against Swansea City the following week and England's friendly matches against Sweden and Spain the week after that.[74] After a prolonged ankle injury recuperation, Gerrard finally returned to regular first team action in the match against Blackburn Rovers, coming off the bench. On 30 December, Gerrard came off the bench against Newcastle United and scored a fine goal.[75]

"Gerrard has been my idol for 10 years and is one of the best players in the world. He is the example of what all midfield players aspire to. He is always there in the heat of the battle, leading by example. He is everywhere you look – in defence, in the middle of the pitch and in attack. I would love to be close to that level."

—Italy midfielder Daniele De Rossi.[76]
Gerrard during his testimonial on 3 August 2013.

Gerrard went on to help Liverpool to reach their first cup final in 6 years, and their first at Wembley Stadium in 18 years, as Liverpool beat Manchester City 3–2 on aggregate in the semi-finals. Gerrard scored a penalty in both legs to send Liverpool to the 2012 Football League Cup Final against Cardiff City on 26 February 2012, which Liverpool won on penalties.[77][78][79] On his 400th Premier League appearance for Liverpool, Gerrard scored a hat-trick to give Liverpool a 3–0 victory over rivals Everton in the Merseyside derby on 13 March 2012.[80] On 18 August 2012, Gerrard played his 250th match as Liverpool captain.[81] He scored his first Premier League goal of the season on 23 September, opening the scoring in a 2–1 defeat against Manchester United.[82]

On 15 July 2013, Gerrard signed a contract extension with Liverpool.[83] On 3 August 2013, Liverpool played Olympiacos, against whom Gerrard scored arguably his most celebrated goal, at Anfield for Gerrard's charity fund-raising testimonial match. Liverpool won the match 2–0, in a game where past players such as Jamie Carragher and Robbie Fowler made appearances.[84] Alder Hey Children's Charity, of which Gerrard is a founding partner, received £500,000 from the proceeds.[85] On 16 September, Gerrard captained Liverpool for the 400th time in a 2–2 draw at Swansea City. On 5 October, Gerrard scored in a 3–1 win over Crystal Palace, becoming Liverpool's first ever player to score in 15 successive league campaigns, overtaking the record previously set by Liverpool legend Billy Liddell.[14] On 19 October 2013, Gerrard scored his 100th Premier League goal, a penalty against Newcastle United in a 2–2 draw.[86]

On 16 March 2014, Gerrard scored two penalties and missed another in Liverpool's 3–0 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford.[87] On 6 April, he scored another two penalties as Liverpool beat West Ham United 2–1 to go top of the Premier League table with five matches to play. These goals took him above Kenny Dalglish as Liverpool's sixth-top goalscorer of all time.[88]

On 27 April, Gerrard was involved in what was later labelled as a defining moment of the 2013-14 Premier League season.[89][90][91] Liverpool topped the league when they faced Chelsea in their third last match of the season. Gerrard slipped while receiving a pass which allowed Demba Ba to score the opening goal for Chelsea; Chelsea went on to win 2-0, which meant that Liverpool's title hopes were no longer in their own hands.[92][93] Ironically, earlier that month, Gerrard was heard encouraging his team-mates to "not let this fuckin' slip” after a victory over Manchester City; City ultimately won the Premier League.[89] Gerrard finished the season with 13 goals and the League's most assists at 13.[94] Gerrard was also a nominee for the PFA Player of the Year award that year,[95] while he won the 2014 Liverpool Echo Sports Personality Award.[96] Gerrard would later refer to this period as "the worst three months of my life".[97][98]

International career

Gerrard playing for England against France's Franck Ribéry at Euro 2012

Gerrard made his international debut against Ukraine on 31 May 2000.[99] That summer, he was called up for Euro 2000, making only one appearance as a substitute in a 1–0 win over Germany before England were eliminated in the group stage.[100][101] Gerrard scored his first international goal in the famous 5–1 victory over Germany in a 2002 World Cup qualifier in September 2001, and while England qualified, Gerrard was forced to pull out of the squad due to his ongoing groin problems after pulling up in Liverpool's final match of the season against Ipswich.[102]

Gerrard scored his second goal for the national team in the Euro 2004 qualifier against Macedonia on 16 October 2002 in a 2–2 draw, his third goal was the opener in a 2–1 win over Serbia and Montenegro on 3 June 2003.[103] He was a regular starter in Euro 2004, scoring once to make it 3–0 in England's win over Switzerland in the second Group game of the tournament but England would be eliminated by the tournament hosts Portugal in the quarter-finals losing 6–5 on penalties in a match when Gerrard was substituted off in the 81st minute for Owen Hargreaves.[104]

He participated in his first World Cup in 2006 and scored two goals, both in the group stage, against Trinidad & Tobago and Sweden, although his spot kick was one of three saved by goalkeeper Ricardo as England again bowed out to Portugal in the quarter-finals on penalties.[105] He was England's top scorer in the tournament.

Gerrard was made vice-captain of the England team by coach Steve McClaren,[106] and while he filled in for John Terry as captain, England suffered back-to-back losses to Russia and Croatia that ended their Euro 2008 qualifying hopes.[107] After new coach Fabio Capello took over the team in early 2008, Gerrard was given a trial run as captain but Capello settled on Terry for the role.[108][109] Gerrard was subsequently replaced as England vice-captain by Rio Ferdinand.[110]

Gerrard helped England qualify for the 2010 World Cup, scoring two goals in England's 5–1 win over Croatia.[111] John Terry was replaced by Rio Ferdinand as captain in 2010, following revelations about the former's private life,[112] and Gerrard subsequently became vice-captain again. When the England team left for the 2010 World Cup, Gerrard was the most experienced player in the squad with 80 caps. During preparations for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, however, Rio Ferdinand was injured, meaning that Gerrard was appointed by Capello as captain for the tournament.[7] After the tournament Gerrard, part of a group of England players dubbed the "Golden Generation", confirmed that he would continue to be available for selection, despite suggestions from Capello that he would seek to re-build the team.[113]

Captain

Gerrard (left) as England captain shakes hands with former club teammate, Uruguay striker Luis Suárez, at the 2014 World Cup

In August 2010, Gerrard scored twice in a friendly match against Hungary and helped England to a 2–1 win.[114] Due to Ferdinand's continued absence through injury, Gerrard retained the captaincy for the opening match of the Euro 2012 qualifying campaign against Bulgaria, which England won 4–0. He was later named permanent captain by new coach Roy Hodgson, in time for the tournament finals. This was the first time that he was named directly the captain of England and not in place of an injured or unavailable captain.[115] He provided three assists and won two man of the match awards to help England finish top of their group in the qualifying round, and go through to the quarter-finals. Despite their exit on penalties to Italy, Gerrard was later the only England player to be named in the UEFA Team of the Tournament. On 14 November 2012, Gerrard won his 100th cap for England in a friendly match against Sweden.[116]

For the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Gerrard captained England to their first group stage elimination since 1958 and their first elimination after only two matches, after two straight 1-2 defeats against Italy and Uruguay.[117] Gerrard had played a part in both goals conceded against Uruguay courtesy of his club-mate Luis Suárez.[118] For England's final game against Costa Rica, Gerrard was replaced as captain by Frank Lampard and used as a substitute.[119]

On 21 July 2014, Gerrard announced his retirement from international football. He represented England at 114 caps (the third most capped player ever, after Peter Shilton (125) and David Beckham (115)),[120] scoring 21 times.[121] Jordan Henderson described Gerrard as "probably the best player this country has ever seen - not only as a player, but also as a leader and a captain."[122]

Outside football

Personal life

Gerrard is a practising Catholic.[123] He and his wife, Alex Curran, married in a Catholic[123] ceremony in Wymondham on 16 June 2007. He has an older brother, Paul (not to be confused with former Everton goalkeeper Paul Gerrard), and his cousin, Anthony Gerrard, plays for Huddersfield Town. Steven and Alex have three daughters, Lilly-Ella (born 23 February 2004), Lexie (born 9 May 2006) and Lourdes (born 2 November 2011).

In September 2006, Gerrard published his autobiography, Gerrard: My Autobiography, ghost-written by journalist Henry Winter, which went on to win the Sports Book of the Year honour at the British Book Awards.[124]

The autobiography ends with "I play for Jon-Paul." Gerrard's cousin, Jon-Paul Gilhooley, was killed in the 1989 Hillsborough disaster, when Gerrard was eight. Jon-Paul, who was 10 when he died, was the youngest of the 96 victims of the tragedy.[125] "It was difficult knowing one of your cousins had lost his life", Gerrard said. "Seeing his family's reaction drove me on to become the player I am today."[126]

On 1 October 2007, Gerrard was involved in a low-speed collision in Southport when the car he was driving hit a ten-year-old cyclist, who had shot into the street and inadvertently crossed Gerrard's path. He later visited the boy in the hospital and presented him with a pair of boots signed by Wayne Rooney, the boy's favourite player, after which he stayed to sign autographs for other young patients.[127]

Councillors of Knowsley voted to make Gerrard a Freeman of the Borough on 13 December 2007,[128] and two weeks later, he was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II in her New Year Honours List, for services to sport.[129] He received an honorary fellowship from Liverpool John Moores University on 26 July 2008 as recognition for his contribution to sport.[130]

On 29 December 2008, Gerrard was taken into custody outside the Lounge Inn in Southport on suspicion of a section 20 assault.[131] He and two others were later charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm and affray, relating to an incident which left the bar's disc jockey with a broken tooth and cuts to his forehead.[132][133] The three men were given police to court bail and were required to appear at North Sefton Magistrates' Court on 23 January 2009,[133] where they all pleaded not guilty.[134] The case was adjourned until 20 March when the assault charge was dropped but Gerrard was required to attend Liverpool Crown Court to face trial for affray.[135] On 3 April, Gerrard pleaded not guilty.[136]

The case went to trial in Liverpool Crown Court. Gerrard's co-defendants pleaded guilty before the trial but Gerrard maintained his innocence. Gerrard admitted hitting Marcus McGee but claimed it was in self-defence and on 24 July, Gerrard was found not guilty by the jury. Following the verdict, Gerrard said he was looking forward to getting back to playing football and putting the experience behind him.[137] In 2011, Gerrard appeared in the film Will.

In August 2014, Gerrard participated in the ALS Association's Ice Bucket Challenge and went on to challenge Cardiff City F.C. winger, Craig Noone.[138]

Sponsorship

Gerrard has had several different sponsorships in his career including current deals with Adidas, Jaguar Cars, Xbox One and Lucozade.[139][140] In 2014, Forbes listed his combined income from salaries, bonuses and off-field earnings at $17.2 million for the previous 12 months.[141] While Gerrard has worn several football boots during his career, he first wore a pair of Nike boots on his Liverpool debut, but soon signed a deal with Adidas in 1998 and has gone on to appear in a number of Adidas commercials with the likes of Zinedine Zidane, David Beckham, Lionel Messi and Kaká.[142] Gerrard has worn ten versions of the Adidas Predator boot, with the Accelerator being the first, and throughout his career he has been one of the brand's major boot endorsees. In 2013, Gerrard switched boot silos to the Nitrocharge 1.0 first wearing the boots in the Capital One Cup clash against rivals Manchester United on 25 September 2013.[143]

Career statistics

Club

As of match played on 16 September 2014
Club Season League National Cup League Cup Continental Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Liverpool 1998–99[144] Premier League 12 0 0 0 0 0 1[a] 0 13 0
1999–2000[145] 29 1 2 0 0 0 31 1
2000–01[146] 33 7 4 1 4 0 9[a] 2 50 10
2001–02[147] 28 3 2 0 0 0 15[b] 1 45 4
2002–03[148] 34 5 2 0 6 2 11[b] 0 1 0 54 7
2003–04[149] 34 4 3 0 2 0 8[a] 2 47 6
2004–05[150] 30 7 0 0 3 2 10[b] 4 43 13
2005–06[151] 32 10 6 4 1 1 12[b] 7 2 1 53 23
2006–07[152] 36 7 1 0 1 1 12[b] 3 1 0 51 11
2007–08[153] 34 11 3 3 2 1 13[b] 6 52 21
2008–09[154] 31 16 3 1 0 0 10[b] 7 44 24
2009–10[155] 33 9 2 1 1 0 13[b] 2 49 12
2010–11[156] 21 4 1 0 0 0 2[a] 4 24 8
2011–12[157] 18 5 6 2 4 2 28 9
2012–13[158] 36 9 1 0 1 0 8[a] 1 46 10
2013–14[159] 34 13 3 1 2 0 39 14
2014–15[160] 4 1 0 0 0 0 1[b] 1 5 2
Career total 479 112 39 13 27 9 125 40 4 1 674 175
  1. ^ a b c d e Appearances in the UEFA Europa League
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i Appearances in the UEFA Champions League

International

As of 24 June 2014.[161]
National Team Year Friendlies Qualifiers Competition Total
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
England 2000 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0
2001 1 0 5 1 6 1
2002 2 0 3 1 5 1
2003 3 1 5 0 8 1
2004 4 0 2 1 4 1 10 2
2005 3 0 5 1 8 1
2006 5 1 3 1 5 2 13 4
2007 3 0 8 2 11 2
2008 5 1 2 1 7 2
2009 2 0 5 2 7 2
2010 5 2 3 0 4 1 12 3
2011 0 0 0 0 0 0
2012 3 0 4 0 4 0 11 0
2013 3 0 5 2 8 2
2014 3 0 0 0 3 0 6 0
Total 43 5 50 12 21 4 114 21

International goals

Scores and results list England's goal tally first.
# Date Venue Cap Opponent Score Result Competition
1 1 September 2001 Olympiastadion, Germany 6  Germany 2–1 5–1 2002 FIFA World Cup Qualifying[162]
2 16 October 2002 St Mary's Stadium, England 13  Macedonia 2–2 2–2 UEFA Euro 2004 Qualifying[163]
3 3 June 2003 Walkers Stadium, England 17  Serbia and Montenegro 1–0 2–1 Friendly[164]
4 17 June 2004 Estádio Cidade de Coimbra, Portugal 26  Switzerland 3–0 3–0 UEFA Euro 2004[165]
5 4 September 2004 Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Austria 30  Austria 2–0 2–2 2006 FIFA World Cup Qualifying[166]
6 30 March 2005 St James' Park, England 34  Azerbaijan 1–0 2–0 2006 FIFA World Cup Qualifying[167]
7 30 May 2006 Old Trafford, England 41  Hungary 1–0 3–1 Friendly[168]
8 15 June 2006 Frankenstadion, Germany 44  Trinidad and Tobago 2–0 2–0 2006 FIFA World Cup[169]
9 20 June 2006 FIFA WM-Stadion Köln, Germany 45  Sweden 2–1 2–2 2006 FIFA World Cup[170]
10 2 September 2006 Old Trafford, England 49  Andorra 2–0 5–0 UEFA Euro 2008 Qualifying[171]
11 28 March 2007 Olympic Stadium, Spain 55  Andorra 1–0 3–0 UEFA Euro 2008 Qualifying[172]
12 2–0
13 28 May 2008 Wembley Stadium, England 66  United States 2–0 2–0 Friendly[173]
14 15 October 2008 Dinamo Stadium, Belarus 70  Belarus 1–0 3–1 2010 FIFA World Cup Qualifying[174]
15 9 September 2009 Wembley Stadium, England 76  Croatia 2–0 5–1 2010 FIFA World Cup Qualifying
16 4–0
17 12 June 2010 Royal Bafokeng Stadium, South Africa 81  United States 1–0 1–1 2010 FIFA World Cup
18 11 August 2010 Wembley Stadium, England 85  Hungary 1–1 2–1 Friendly[175]
19 2–1
20 6 September 2013 Wembley Stadium, England 104  Moldova 1–0 4–0 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifying
21 15 October 2013 Wembley Stadium, England 107  Poland 2–0 2–0 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifying

Honours

[176]

Club

Winner

Runner Up

Individual

See also

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