Found November 07, 2012 on NESN.com:
Fernando Torres believes the years he spent playing alongside Steven Gerrard were the finest of his career to date. The pair formed an intuitive partnership during the Spaniard’s three-and-a half-year spell at Anfield and at times during that period they proved one of the most electric combinations in European football. And as the Liverpool skipper reached a landmark 600th appearance for the club, the current Chelsea No. 9 spoke of his immense gratitude to Gerrard for the way he influenced his game. “I think it’s an amazing achievement for him [to reach 600 games] and it is very well deserved,” said Torres. “I enjoyed playing next to him for three and a half seasons. It was probably the best time I have had on a football pitch. I am who I am now thanks to him because he showed me the way. “So I am happy for him and I am sure that he will play much more than 600 games for Liverpool.” During his time at Anfield, Torres prospered from Gerrard’s vision, his movement and ...
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