Steven Gerrard marks 100th cap by recreating Bobby Moore's iconic photo

Gerrard recreates Bobby Moore photo
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Steven Gerrard recreates the famous Bobby Moore photo by posing with 99 children from his old school ahead of his 100th cap for England.

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has marked the eve of winning his 100th cap for England by posing with 99 students to recreate the famous Bobby Moore photo.

The 32-year-old will reach the milestone and become the sixth centurion for the Three Lions in tomorrow's friendly against Sweden.

Gerrard returned to Huyton-with-Roby Church, where he went to school, to pose for a photograph with the school children, who each wore one of Gerrard's 99 caps.

The midfielder has mirrored the original photo of Moore from 1973.

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