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Frank Lampard - The Record Breaker: 203 Goals


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Hey that one w/ le arse should be spuds @ Wembley right?

No. It's the free kick that flew in without anyone touching it. I don't remember who it was against though, but it defo wasn't Spurs @ Wembley.

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What makes Lampard's record more sweeter for me is that his record breaking goal was scored in the 88th minute the year I was born. :D

Actualy, it was 89th minute that was running :clown:

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A list of all the goals Chelsea FC's Greatest Ever Player (Yes, I'm capitalizing) scored for this club (I didn't make it though, blame Tumblr if there's something wrong)

2001/02
1 Sep 20 Levski Sofia (UEFA Cup home) W 3-0
2 Dec 23 Bolton Wanderers (home) W 5-1
3 Dec 26 Arsenal (away) L 1-2
4 Jan 16 Norwich City (FA Cup home) W 4-0
5 Feb 9 Aston Villa (away) D 1-1
6 Mar 2 Charlton Athletic (away) L 1-2
7 Mar 13 Tottenham Hotspur (home) W 4-0

2002/03
8 Aug 17 Charlton Athletic (away) W 3-2
9 Aug 28 Southampton (away) D 1-1
10 Oct 3 Viking Stavanger (UEFA Cup away) L 2-4
11 Dec 21 Aston Villa (home) W 2-0
12 Jan 28 Leeds United (home) W 3-2
13 Mar 1 Newcastle United (away) L 1-2
14 Mar 8 Arsenal (FA Cup away) D 2-2
15 Mar 22 Manchester City (home) W 5-0

2003/04
16 Sep 13 Tottenham Hotspur (home) W 4-2
17 Sep 20 Wolverhampton Wanderers (away) W 5-0
18 Oct 22 Lazio (Champions League home) W 2-1
19 Nov 4 Lazio (Champions League away) W 4-0
20 Nov 9 Newcastle United (home) W 5-0 (penalty)
21 Nov 30 Manchester United (home) W 1-0 (penalty)
22 Dec 28 Portsmouth (home) W 3-0
23 Jan 3 Watford (FA Cup away) D 2-2
24, 25 Feb 1 Blackburn Rovers (away) W 3-2
26 Mar 27 Wolverhampton Wanderers (home) W 5-2
27 Apr 6 Arsenal (Champions League away) W 2-1
28, 29 May 1 Southampton (home) W 4-0
30 May 5 Monaco (Champions League home) D 2-2

2004/05
31 Aug 28 Southampton (home) W 2-1 (penalty)
32 Oct 30 West Bromwich Albion (away) W 4-1
33 Nov 13 Fulham (away) W 4-1
34 Nov 30 Fulham (League Cup away) W 2-1 (substitute)
35 Dec 4 Newcastle United (home) W 4-0
36 Dec 18 Norwich City (home) W 4-0
37, 38 Jan 15 Tottenham Hotspur (away) W 2-0 (1 penalty)
39 Jan 26 Manchester United (League Cup away) W 2-1
40 Mar 8 Barcelona (Champions League home) W 4-2 )
41 Mar 19 Crystal Palace (home) W 4-1
42 Apr 2 Southampton (away) W 3-1
43, 44 Apr 6 Bayern Munich (Champions League home) W 4-2
45 Apr 12 Bayern Munich (Champions League away) L 2-3
46 Apr 23 Fulham (home) W 3-1
47, 48 Apr 30 Bolton Wanderers (away) W 2-0
49 May 15 Newcastle United (away) D 1-1 (penalty)

2005/06
50, 51 Aug 24 West Bromwich Albion (home) W 4-0
52 Sep 13 Anderlecht (Champions League home) W 1-0
53, 54 Sep 24 Aston Villa (home) W 2-1 (1 penalty)
55 Oct 2 Liverpool (away) W 4-1 (penalty)
56, 57 Oct 15 Bolton Wanderers (home) W 5-1
58 Oct 23 Everton (away) D 1-1
59, 60 Oct 29 Blackburn Rovers (home) W 4-2 (1 penalty)
61 Nov 26 Portsmouth (away) W 2-0 (penalty)
62 Dec 26 Fulham (home) W 3-2
63 Jan 2 West Ham United (away) W 3-1
64 Jan 28 Everton (FA Cup away) D 1-1
65 Feb 8 Everton (FA Cup home) W 4-1 (penalty)
66 Feb 25 Portsmouth (home) W 2-0
67 Mar 7 Barcelona (Champions League away) D 1-1 (penalty)
68 Apr 15 Bolton Wanderers (away) W 2-0
69 Apr 17 Everton (home) W 3-0

2006/07
70 Aug 20 Manchester City (home) W 3-0
71 Aug 27 Blackburn Rovers (away) W 2-0 (penalty)
72, 73 Sep 23 Fulham (away) W 2-0 (1 penalty)
74 Oct 28 Sheffield United (away) W 2-0
75 Oct 31 Barcelona (Champions League away) D 2-2
76 Nov 8 Aston Villa (League Cup home) W 4-0
77 Dec 17 Everton (away) W 3-2
78 Dec 23 Wigan Athletic (away) W 3-2
79, 80, 81 Jan 6 Macclesfield Town (FA Cup home) W 6-1 (1 penalty)
82 Jan 13 Wigan Athletic (home) W 4-0
83, 84 Jan 23 Wycombe Wanderers (League Cup home) W 4-0
85 Jan 31 Blackburn Rovers (home) W 3-0
86 Feb 3 Charlton Athletic (away) W 1-0
87, 88 Mar 11 Tottenham Hotspur (FA Cup home) D 3-3
89 Mar 14 Manchester City (away) W 1-0 (penalty)
90 Apr 15 Blackburn Rovers (FA Cup Old Trafford) W 2-1 aet

2007/08
91 Aug 15 Reading (away) W 2-1
92 Aug 19 Liverpool (away) D 1-1 (penalty)
93 Aug 25 Portsmouth (home) W 1-0
94, 95, 96 Oct 31 Leicester City (League Cup home) W 4-3
97 Nov 3 Wigan Athletic (away) W 2-0
98 Dec 8 Sunderland (home) W 2-0 (penalty)
99 Dec 19 Liverpool (League Cup home) W 2-0
100, 101 Feb 16 Huddersfield Town (FA Cup home) W 3-1
102 Mar 1 West Ham (away) W 4-0 (penalty)
103 Mar 5 Olympiacos (Champions League home) W 3-0
104, 105, 106, 107 Mar 12 Derby (home) W 6-1 (1 penalty)
108 Apr 8 Fenerbahçe (Champions League home))
109 Apr 30 Liverpool (Champions League home) W 3-2 aet (penalty)
110 May 21 Man Utd (Champions League Moscow) D 1-1 aet (lost pens)

2008/09
111 Aug 17 Portsmouth (home) W 4-0 (penalty)
112 Sep 13 Man City (away) W 3-1
113 Sep 16 Bordeaux (Champions League home) W 4-0
114, 115 Sep 24 Portsmouth (League Cup away) W 4-0 (1 penalty)
116 Oct 18 Middlesbrough (away) W 5-0
117 Oct 29 Hull City (away) W 3-0
118 Nov 1 Sunderland (home) W 5-0
119 Dec 26 West Bromwich Albion (home) W 2-0
120, 121 Dec 28 Fulham (away) D 2-2
122 Jan 14 Southend United (FA Cup away) W 4-1
123 Jan 17 Stoke City (home) W 2-1
124 Jan 24 Ipswich Town (FA Cup home) W 3-1
125 Feb 28 Wigan Athletic (home) W 2-1
126 Apr 4 Newcastle United (away) W 2-0
127 Apr 11 Bolton Wanderers (home) W 4-3 (penalty)
128, 129 Apr 14 Liverpool (Champions League home) D 4-4
130 May 30 Everton (FA Cup Wembley) W 2-1

2009/10
131 Aug 9 Man Utd (Community Shield Wembley) D 2-2 (won pens)
132 Aug 18 Sunderland (away) W 3-1 (penalty)
133 Oct 21 Atlético Madrid (Champions League home) W 4-0
134, 135 Oct 24 Blackburn Rovers (home) W 5-0 (1 penalty)
136 Oct 31 Bolton Wanderers (away) W 4-0 (penalty)
137 Dec 16 Portsmouth (home) W 2-1 (penalty)
138 Dec 20 West Ham (away) D 1-1 (penalty)
139 Jan 3 Watford (FA Cup home) W 5-0
140, 141 Jan 16 Sunderland (home) W 7-2
142, 143 Jan 27 Birmingham City (home) W 3-0
144, 145 Feb 27 Manchester City (home) L 2-4 (1 penalty)
146 Mar 7 Stoke City (FA Cup home) W 2-0
147 Mar 24 Portsmouth (away) W 5-0
148, 149, 150, 151 Mar 27 Aston Villa (home) W 7-1 (2 penalties)
152 Apr 10 Aston Villa (FA Cup semi-final Wembley) W 3-0
153 Apr 17 Tottenham Hotspur (away) L 1-2
154, 155 Stoke City (home) W 7-0 (1 penalty)
156 May 2 Liverpool (away) W 2-0
157 May 9 Wigan Athletic (home) W 8-0 (penalty)

2010/11
158 Aug 14 West Bromwich Albion (home) W 6-0
159 Jan 2 Aston Villa (home) D 3-3 (penalty)
160, 161 Jan 3 Ipswich Town (FA Cup home) W 7-0
162 Feb 1 Sunderland (away) W 4-2 (penalty)
163 Feb 19 Everton (FA Cup home) D 1-1 lost on pens
164 Mar 1 Manchester United (home) W 2-1 (penalty)
165, 166 Mar 7 Blackpool (away) W 3-1 (1 penalty)
167 Apr 16 West Bromwich Albion (away) W 3-1
168 Apr 23 West Ham United (home) W 3-0
169 Apr 30 Tottenham Hotspur (home) W 2-1
170 May 8 Manchester United (away) L 1-2

2011/12
171 Aug 27 Norwich City (home) W 3-1 (penalty)
172 Sep 28 Valencia (Champions League away) D 1-1
173, 174, 175 Oct 2 Bolton Wanderers (away) W 5-1
176 Oct 29 Arsenal (home) L 3-5
177 Nov 5 Blackburn Rovers (away) W 1-0
178 Dec 12 Manchester City (home) W 2-1 (sub, penalty)
179 Jan 2 Wolverhampton Wanderers (away) W 2-1
180 Jan 8 Portsmouth (FA Cup home) W 4-0
181 Jan 14 Sunderland (home) W 1-0
182 Feb 25 Bolton Wanderers (home) W 3-0
183 Mar 14 Napoli (Champions League home) W 4-1 aet (penalty)
184 Apr 4 Benfica (Champions League home W 2-1 (penalty)
185 Apr 9 Fulham (away) D 1-1 (penalty)
186 Apr 15 Tottenham Hotspur (FA Cup Wembley) W 5-1

2012/13
187 Aug 19 Wigan Athletic (away) W 2-0 (penalty)
188 Aug 22 Reading (home) W 4-2 (penalty)
189 Oct 6 Norwich City (home) W 4-1
190 Dec 23 Aston Villa (home) W 8-0
191, 192 Dec 30 Everton (away) W 2-1
193 Jan 5 Southampton (FA Cup away) W 5-1 (sub, penalty)
194 Jan 12 Stoke City (away) W 4-0 (penalty)
195 Jan 20 Arsenal (home) W 2-1 (penalty)
196 Jan 30 Reading (away) D 2-2
197 Feb 2 Newcastle United (away) L 2-3
198 Feb 9 Wigan Athletic (home) W 4-1
199 Feb 17 Brentford (FA Cup home) W 4-0
200 Mar 17 West Ham United (home) W 2-0
201 Apr 28 Swansea City (home) W 2-0 (sub, penalty)
202 203 May 11 Aston Villa (away) W 2-1


Top all-time scorers:
Frank Lampard 203
Bobby Tambling 202
Kerry Dixon 193
Didier Drogba 157
Roy Bentley 150
Peter Osgood 150
Jimmy Greaves 132
George Mills 125
George Hilsdon 108


GOALS SCORED AGAINST INDIVIDUAL TEAMS

FOURTEEN GOALS
Aston Villa

TWELVE GOALS
Bolton Wanderers

TEN GOALS
Blackburn Rovers
Portsmouth

NINE GOALS
Everton
Fulham
Tottenham Hotspur

SEVEN GOALS
Liverpool
Manchester City
Sunderland
Wigan Athletic

SIX GOALS
Manchester United
Newcastle United
Southampton
West Bromwich Albion

FIVE GOALS
Arsenal
Stoke City
West Ham United

FOUR GOALS
Derby County
Norwich City

THREE GOALS
Barcelona
Bayern Munich
Charlton Athletic
Ipswich Town
Leicester City
Macclesfield Town
Reading
Wolverhampton Wanderers

TWO GOALS
Birmingham City
Blackpool
Huddersfield Town
Lazio
Watford
Wycombe Wanderers

ONE GOAL
Anderlecht
Atlético Madrid
Benfica
Bordeaux
Brentford
Crystal Palace
Fenerbahçe
Hull City
Leeds United
Levski Sofia
Middlesbrough
Monaco
Napoli
Olympiacos
Sheffield United
Southend United
Swansea City
Valencia
Viking Stavanger

Home 116
Away 81
Neutral 6
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Total 203

Penalties 55 taken, 48 scored
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There was always a feeling that his record breaking goal, if it came, would be a goal of huge significance. Where it may not have been a goal to win a trophy, it's as good as. A last minute winner to secure a place in the UCL for next season at our biggest bogey ground. Take a bow, what a player, what a record and most importantly, what a man.

The greatest Chelsea player ever without any doubt in my opinion. True greats step up to the mark when they're most needed. Frank Lampard is that man. An absolute true sporting great. I'll miss him immensely when he leaves but can be so proud of what he's done for us. Only gutted about the club world cup. What a career though, stunning.

203 and still not out.

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I have to say that while I never thought that my hero Bobby Tamblings record would ever been beaten in my lifetime, for a man such as Frank Lampard to do so is almost beyond words. He is the ultimate pro and more importantly, he is a gentleman and so is... Bobby Tambling. :blue scalf:

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No. It's the free kick that flew in without anyone touching it. I don't remember who it was against though, but it defo wasn't Spurs @ Wembley.

One of them is definitely from 2006/07, home game against Wigan. A free kick from almost our bench, curving to the net without anyone touching it.

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I'm so happy to be able to say that I've witnessed Frank Lampard score his 203rd goal for us. This man is a model professional, never gets into any trouble, he always puts 110% effort out there for the fans and made sure we all know that Gerrard = poor man's Lampard.

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What happened to him not being a legend after the AVB dispute? :Goober:
Lampard can still be an effective squad player and imo the best pure finisher on this team.
203 not out! :clap:

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when you look at the list of the goals he's scored you wish you could say "OH WHAT A GREAT SEASON HE HAD BACK IN THE XXXXX" but it's just not the case with Supa Frank. Mr. Consistent scores when he wants. even this season, being mainly a substitute he managed to score 15 (and not out). carries the team when we need him. true legend and hero. i remember having a go at him because of the AVB saga, but how much he proved me wrong. sorry Frankie, I've doubted you. You're the greatest.

FRANKIE LAMPARD

FRANKIE LAMPARD FRANKIE LAMPARD

FRANKIE LAMPARD

SCORED 200TH AGAINST THE PIKEYS

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'I am so proud to have held the leading goalscoring record with Chelsea for the past 45 years and I know like all records, it is there to be broken. But to be honest, if I wanted anyone to break it, it would be Frank Lampard.'

'I have been privileged to meet him on numerous occasions and he has always been a true gent and an absolute gem to both myself and my wife Val.

'He is a thorough professional both on and off the pitch and has brought such success to Chelsea, he is a very worthy member of the exclusive 200 Club! Wishing him and all the team the very best for the remainder of the season.'

Bobby Tambling

Legendary.

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