Midfielder's last home game for Liverpool in pictures

Gerrard made 709 appearances for his boyhood team, scoring 185 goals and winning 10 trophies

 

It was an emotional day for Liverpool's legend, Steven Gerrard who yesterday, Saturday, May 16 played his last game for the club in Anfield.

Though Liverpool lost at home to Crystal Palace 1-3 it was still a special day for the home fans as they bade goodbye to one of the greatest players in their club's history.

Gerrard joined Liverpool as a nine-year-old and made his first team debut in 1998.

He was named captain in  2003 and won two FA Cups, three League Cups, one UEFA Champions League, one UEFA Cup and two UEFA Super Cups.

In total he made 709 appearances for his boyhood team, scoring 185 goals and winning 10 trophies.

He stepped out to the field with his three daughters Lilly-Ella 11, Lexie, nine, and Lourdes, three, as his team-mates and opponents Crystal Palace formed a guard of honour.

Gerrard made 709 appearances for his boyhood team, scoring 185 goals and winning 10 trophies.

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