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AUTHOR: JAN MOLBY
For Steven Gerrard to reach 600 appearances for the club is an incredible achievement, especially when you consider the niggling injuries he had earlier in his career.
It is a major achievement but he is not finished yet and there are a few more seasons to come yet I'm sure.
People will make up their own minds about where Gerrard belongs in the list of all-time greatest players in Liverpool's history but I would be he'll be in most peoples' top three.
Unfortunately, Liverpool could not mark his special occasion with a win last weekend against Newcastle United.
The Reds started really well but you never quite had that feeling that they were going to win the game.
When Liverpool are on top, you hope for a goal.
It just makes everything easier and sometimes you can have a game won inside the first 20 minutes.
Luis Suarez's equaliser though, was wonderful. Absolutely brilliant. The move which lead to the goal is probably not how Brendan Rodgers wants Liverpool to play but, nevertheless, it was a great pass by Jose Enrique.
I've talked before about Liverpool's need to sometimes find variation in their game because they can be one dimensional in how they want to play.
But, of course, there is a time and a place for a pass like Enrique's.