Frank Lampard is one of the greatest to have graced English football.
As a player, he won every single trophy available with Chelsea, becoming the club's record goal scorer along the way with 210 strikes in 648 appearances in all competitions.
Many Blues fans could probably sit all day and wax lyrical about the iconic midfielder, who scored 22 goals and assisted a further 16 in just 36 games during the 2009/10 season.
But there are probably some facts about Lampard's career that most fans - Chelsea ones included - are not aware of.
Thankfully, one avid Blues supporter on Twitter has created a thread entitled 'crazy facts about Frank Lampard' and it's hard to believe all of them stem from one player.
We'll run you through the best ones below.
The most goals in Champions League knockout games from a Premier League player with 200 or more appearances? What a player!
Playing 164 consecutive Premier League games? That's pretty bonkers for a midfielder - one who was always competing in multiple competitions as well.
When a midfielder has more goal contributions in the Premier League than Thierry Henry, you know they're something special.
That's right, Lampard's record of 41 goals from outside the box in the Premier League is far superior to anyone else. That's eight more than Gerrard.
Lampard assisted Drogba a whopping 24 times during their time playing together at Chelsea, a record that's not going to be equalled anytime soon.
Below, we've provided some of Super Frank's other achievements listed in the thread.
- Only Ryan Giggs (409) has more Premier League wins to his name than Lampard (349).
- Only Wayne Rooney and Alan Shearer have scored more match-winning goals than Lampard.
- Only Mesut Ozil (137) has created more chances in a single Premier League campaign than Lampard (134).
- Lampard has the most assists by an Englishman in a single Premier League season (18).
- Lampard has the second longest unbeaten run at a single Premier League ground (77 at Stamford Bridge).
Lampard's professional playing career yielded three Premier League titles, four FA Cups, two League Cups, one Champions League and one Europa League.
From a personal standpoint, the now Chelsea manager finished second in the both the Ballon d'Or and FIFA World Player of the Year rankings in 2005.
You really do run out of superlatives to describe this guy.
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