Steven Gerrard admits never getting tired of beating Swan to hit Celtic for a charity match

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Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard scores a penalty to put his side ahead in a 2-0 win over Celtic legends. At Anfield the former star kicker is not tired of having to break through the net for the love UFABET team

Former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard admits he never gets tired of scoring goals for the club he loves as he does the football he always loved. After scoring the first penalty for the Reds legends. They beat Celtic Legends 2-0 in charity football. At Anfield On Saturday the past

Steven Gerrard admits never getting tired of beating Swan to hit Celtic for a charity match

The veteran army, Red Machine, scored a goal in the 37th minute, Martin Skrtel cut the ball in the opponent’s territory. Then dragged the ball into the penalty area. Before being slide down The referee immediately blew a penalty. It was Gerrard was responsible for killing into the right hand side of himself while Arthur Boruch moved the wrong way. Then in the second half the home side came 1 more. A goal from former Chilean winger Marc Gonzalez.

Former strong midfielder came out and said after the game, “If you love football If you love competitive games If you love this club You never get tired of scoring goals. Also, I feel good when I score a counter goal against Leo [son] before the match there is a little pressure. I took my son to football this morning and he scored two goals. So he said to me, Today you have to score as many goals as possible. If I can’t do it, I’ll have to buy it. At least I saved a few pounds because I scored goals. (said jokingly)”

Over the course of 17 years of football on Merseyside from 1998 to 2015. Gerrard netted 185 goals from all competitions in 710 games. Then moved to play for LA Galaxy in the US Major League Soccer for the last two years of playing. Scoring 5 goals in 39 games and then moving himself to a managerial job.  

Making his debut as a coach, he did a great job leading Rangers to win the 2020-2021 Dan Whiskey League Championship and then being pulled. He took over the reins of Aston Villa in place of Dean Smith in mid-November 2021. But the results weren’t very good. He has a record of managing the Singha Rising team with 40 wins, 13 draws, 8 draws and 19 losses. Causing him to be released from the chair in October last year and still unemployed until now.