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Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard's red card history


Steven Gerrard is shown the red card by referee Martin Atkinson

Steven Gerrard is shown the red card by referee Martin Atkinson


Steven Gerrard is shown the red card by referee Martin Atkinson

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.

Belfast Telegraph