After a glittering 14-year career representing his country, Steven Gerrard has retired from international duty.
Gerrard made his debut in 2000 in a 2-0 win over Ukraine at Wembley, and the Liverpool captain went on to play 114 times for England, score 21 times and represent the Three Lions at six major tournaments.
Gerrard was captain of the England team 38 times, and was the third most capped player of all time behind Peter Shilton (125) and David Beckham (115). He is joined in the century club by Bobby Moore (108), Ashley Cole (107), Bobby Charlton (106), Frank Lampard (106) and Billy Wright (105).
Gerrard will continue his strong relationship with The Football Association developed during his England career, in a high profile ambassadorial role with the Governing Body.
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