One of the most widely admired players in the game, Frank Lampard made his debut for England in 1999 and has now hung up his boots having won 106 caps. He collected his 100th cap last year as Roy Hodgson's side drew 0-0 against Ukraine in FIFA World Cup qualifying Group H and made his final appearance in another goalless draw, against Costa Rica in Brazil this summer. A phenomenally consistent performer with an uncanny eye for goal, Lampard has chalked up all manner of impressive figures for club and country. UEFA.com picks out all the numbers that matter.
2: England caps won by Lampard's father, Frank Sr, during a career in which he made more than 600 first-team appearances for West Ham United FC.
5: Years between Lampard's international debut in 1999 and his first taste of tournament football, at UEFA EURO 2004, where he found the net three times.
5: England managers Lampard played under: Kevin Keegan, Sven-Göran Eriksson, Steve McClaren, Fabio Capello and Roy Hodgson.
8: Lampard became the eighth player to reach a century of England caps. The others are: Billy Wright, Bobby Charlton, Bobby Moore, Peter Shilton, David Beckham, Ashley Cole and Steven Gerrard.
9: Major domestic trophies Chelsea won after Lampard's arrival in 2001. They had won just six in the previous 96 years.
10: Successive seasons that Lampard scored ten or more Premier League goals, between 2003/04 and 2012/13.
29: International strikes for Lampard, putting him joint ninth on England's all-time scoring list.
106: His final total of caps, joint sixth with Charlton.
164: Successive Premier League appearances for Lampard between 2001 and 2005 – a record for any player in the English top flight.
171: Premier League goals for Lampard, putting him fourth on the all-time list behind only Thierry Henry, Andrew Cole, Alan Shearer and Wayne Rooney.
211: Total goals for Chelsea, more than anyone else in the club's history.
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