Steven Gerrard has captained Liverpool for a good few years now and deservely so. The midfielder is regarded and indeed is a player that comes around once a generation; his vision, passes, crosses and powerful shots, as well as brilliant technique makes the Liverpool midfieilder one of the best players in the world. Total Pro Sports takes a look at the top 10 best Steven Gerrard goals.
Well-known for his long range strikes, the placement for his first goal against Hungary in an international match is to perfection with a side-footed effort from 20 yards or so that finds its way into the top right hand corner of the net.
In what turned out to be a fine individual effort for his country, Steven Gerrard turns and twists in the oppositions' box, takes the ball through a pool of defenders and dinks it into the net.
In yet another match against Everton, Steven Gerrard displays his vision for goal and direction he can implement with a strike; taking one touch to take it into his stride, Gerrard lets rip an effort that beats everyone to find its way into the net's bottom left corner.
Taking the ball into the box against rivals Everton, Steven Gerrard shoots from an acute angle into the top left hand corner of the goal with power and direction being the contributing factors towards the execution of the goal.
During a match against Newcastle United, Steven Gerrard showcases his excellent free-kick abilities again by smashing in a 30 yard strike with sheer power into the top left hand corner of the net.
Free-kicks are one of Steven Gerrard's specialty for Liverpool and one of the best comes in the form of his long-range strike against Aston Villa that curls unbelievably into the top right hand corner of the net.
With West Ham United leading 3-2 in the FA Cup final, Liverpool capatain Steven Gerrard scores one of the greatest goals in FA Cup history with a first-time shot from 30 yards in the 90th minute which flew into the bottom left hand corner of the goal.
The commentator stating that 'only Steven Gerrard can do that' for this goal is the only way to explain this superb goal with the midfielder taking a first time finish from 20 yards.
With Liverpool needing one more goal to reach the knockout stages of the Champions League, Steven Gerrard becomes the club's hero for the umpteenth time as he smashes in a strike on the volley.
Steven Gerrard has scored some cracking goals over the years for Liverpool but this strike is arguably the best of the lot. Taking the ball down from a cross and then using his chest to control it, the midfielder unleashes a curling, dipping effort that finds its way from 35 yards or so into the top left hand corner of the net.