Frank Lampard is the latest player to be inducted into the prestigious Premier League Hall of Fame via fans’ votes.
The Chelsea legend joins Alan Shearer and Thiery Henry – the first two inductees, Henry Cantona and Roy Keane as the number of inductees grows to five.
The Premier League Hall of Fame recognizes players who showed exceptional qualities on the pitch and contributed to the growth of the league since its inception in 1992.
Frank Lampard scored 177 goals in 609 Premier League games for Westham, Chelsea, and Manchester City.
He also won 3 Premier League titles and clinched the Premier League Player of the Year award following Chelsea’s league win in the 2004/2005 season.
Frank Lampard is Chelsea’s all-time top scorer with 211 goals in 648 appearances across all competitions.