Messi or Ronaldo: Steven Gerrard names the GOAT; Mentioned Fernandes As His Regret
Two former rivals, Garry Neville and Steven Gerrard met for the latest edition of the Overlap in association with Sky Bet.Information Guide Nigeria
Gerrard who is currently the manager of Premier League side Aston Villa answered several striking questions.
Neville was tasked with asking Gerrard 32 quickfire questions.JAMB Result
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Favourite TV programme:
Gerrard: The Office
Gerrard: Italian (Pasta)
Gerrard: Beer (Moretti or Peroni)
Fernando Torres or Luis Suarez:
Favourite away ground:
Gerrard: White Hart Lane
Gerrard: John Barnes
Gerrard: Top Boy
Current player in Premier League who you’d loved to have played with:
Gerrard: Mohamed Salah, Bruno Fernandes, Kevin De Bruyne and Virgil van Dijk
The greatest player of all time:
Gerrard: Lionel Messi
The best player in Premier League history:
Gerrard: Thierry Henry
Which current young player will become the best in the world:
Gerrard: Kylian Mbappe
Favourite sporting icon:
Gerrard: Tiger Woods
A player to take a last-minute penalty:
Gerrard: Harry Kane
Best goal you’ve ever scored:
Gerrard: FA Cup Final 2006 vs West Ham
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