Gerrard: Time out injured was lowest point of career

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has stated his six month lay-off due to a groin injury was one of the lowest points of his career.

Gerrard had been out of action for seven months following surgery on his groin in March, and marked his first start since March against with a goal in a 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Saturday. Speaking to the Telegraph Gerrard stated: “When I got the injury I knew it was going to be a serious one, something I wasn’t used to. I had to try to be positive but I will admit that I was down. There were times when I was as low as I’ve ever been as a footballer.”

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