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Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard's red card history

The captain stamped on Ander Herrera after the Spaniard had slid in for a tackle in Manchester United's 2-1 win at Anfield, but it wasn't his first time.

September 1999 v Everton (Premier League)

A 19-year-old Gerrard came off the bench midway through the second half and saw red in the 90th minute for a waist-high challenge on Kevin Campbell as the Toffees won 1-0 at Anfield.

April 2001 v Leeds (Premier League)

Gerrard pulled a goal back for the Reds in this 2-1 home defeat before getting his marching orders in the 71st minute for up-ending David Batty.

September 2001 v Aston Villa (Premier League)

Having scored in the 46th minute, Gerrard was shown a straight red card 18 minutes from time for an awful studs-up tackle on George Boateng as his side slipped to a 3-1 home loss.

May 2003 v Chelsea (Premier League)

Gerrard was shown a second yellow card for a late foul on Graeme Le Saux in this 2-1 loss at Chelsea which saw the Blues qualify for the Champions League at the expense of Liverpool.

March 2006 v Everton (Premier League)

Gerrard was sent off for two yellow cards after only 18 minutes, the first for kicking the ball away and the second for a foul on Kevin Kilbane. The Reds still went on to win the Anfield clash 3-1.

January 2011 v Manchester United (FA Cup)

Liverpool lost the tie 1-0 at Old Trafford, with Gerrard seeing red after 32 minutes for diving into a tackle on Michael Carrick.

September 2012 v Ukraine (World Cup qualifying)

Gerrard picked up his only red card for England in a 1-1 draw with Ukraine at Wembley, receiving a second booking in the 88th minute for sliding in on Denys Garmash.

March 2015 v Manchester United (Premier League)

Gerrard was sent off 43 seconds after his introduction as a half-time substitute at Anfield for a stamp on Ander Herrera, with United going on to win the match 2-1.

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