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Personally signed by Steven Gerrard

This photograph shows Steven Gerrard scoring a thunderbolt for England against arch rivals Germany in Munich on September 1, 2001. England had started their World Cup qualification campaign poorly and travelled to Germany more in hope than expectation. When Carsten Jancker put the Germans ahead it looked as if the old enemy would triumph again.

But Michael Owen equalised and then Steven Gerrard sent the travelling fans into ecstasy when he fired his powerful shot into the corner of the net to put the Three Lions into the lead. England went on to crush Germany 5-1 in what is one of the country's finest ever victories.

The photograph is 16 inches x 12 inches size and is one of a limited number that were signed by Gerrard in Formby on November 11, 2010. The photograph comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Gerrard signing the photograph.


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