Five times Steven Gerrard absolutely crushed the ball for Liverpool

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Pretty much everyone has seen the Steven Gerrard shooting video that's going viral, right? 

The former Liverpool ace, who has been back training with his former club recently, uploaded a video of himself training with famous YouTubers (yes, that's a phrase in 2015) F2Freestylers, banging in shots from all over the place.

As of this morning, the video had racked up more than 4 million views across various platforms and was amongst the top trends on both Facebook and Twitter. Billy Wingrove and Jeremy Lynch of F2Freestylers called Gerrard the "sweetest striker" of a ball they had seen. Of all the things achieved by Gerrard, it's fair to say that must be a career highlight.

However the video and that comment did get us thinking. One thing that's apparent throughout is just how purely Gerrard strikes the ball even at the ripe old age of 35 - his technique is absolutely flawless.

Given that it's Christmas and frankly we're counting down the hours til we can go home, why don't we take a look at Gerrard's best, most ferocious, shots? Lovely stuff.

This video is titled "Steven Gerrard's powerful shot hits pigeon". Don't worry, it's not a real pigeon.

Of course, everyone knows this one. Ball = absolutely crushed.

You know this one as well. The ball is still out there somewhere, rocketing through space.

Don't worry, Gerrard has the ball....KABLAMMOOO!

"This free-kick is too far to score from" Oh, is it Newcastle? IS IT?!

Still, he's not perfect. No one is.

What is your favourite Steven Gerrard goal? Leave a comment below!

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