Frank Lampard: Chelsea v Bolton 2005
Our infographic football posters map out iconic goals as art prints. Hang the moment Frank Lampard rounded the Bolton keeper and sealed the Premier League title for Chelsea in 2005 - the perfect gift for any Chelsea football fan.
Frame not included.
Chosen by Daniel Childs as his favourite ever goal:
My love for football and Chelsea began on the same night I realised Frank Lampard was going to be my favourite footballer. As a player, Lampard’s flair, dedication, hunger and heroism came to define my childhood growing up in love with Chelsea. This goal, the second at The Reebok Stadium, clinched Chelsea’s first league title in 50 years. It cemented the start of a power shift in London and the club’s ascent to the top of English and European football. Charging through the centre of the pitch, latching onto a sensational pass from Claude Makélélé, flanked by of all people Ricardo Carvalho, galloping forward, that turf in front of him seeming to stretch forever until he reached the box and Jussi Jääskeläinen. But as Lampard always did, he made the challenging look simple, faking a shot with his right foot to leave Jääskeläinen in the dust, before slotting the ball home with his left. The run around the goal to the delirious away support. One of Jose Mourinho’s iconic sprints down the touchline as the title was sealed. There are moments that are imprinted in the minds of Chelsea supporters forever, moments you can vividly remember without the assistance of a replay, this is one of them. The moment Chelsea became Champions and Lampard began his journey to becoming our greatest ever player.