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- Jordan Henderson described Gerrard as "probably the best player this country has ever seen – not only as a player, but also as a leader and a captain."
- Former Liverpool teammate, Jordan Henderson dubbed Suárez as a "warrior", claiming that his attitude inspired confidence among his teammates.
- The game ended in a 2–2 draw after Jordan Henderson’s strike to make it 3–2 to Liverpool in second half injury time was controversially ruled out by VAR.
- Touré scored his first Liverpool goal on 14 February 2016, heading in Jordan Henderson's corner kick to confirm a 6–0 win away to bottom side Aston Villa.
- 9 June 2011: Liverpool make their first signing of the transfer window in Jordan Henderson from Sunderland for £16 million.
- England player Jordan Henderson said the players wanted to make the Bulgarian fans "suffer" for their racist abuse with a big defeat.
- However, in the first Merseyside derby of the season, Everton drew at home 2–2 with Liverpool after Jordan Henderson's last-minute would-be game-winning goal was ruled out by VAR.
- He scored his second Premier League goal for Liverpool, against Aston Villa on 17 January 2015, from a cross by Jordan Henderson in a 2–0 win.
- He was subsequently replaced by Jordan Henderson.
- His running statistics were once again highlighted during the season when he had run 58.3 miles in Burnley's opening seven fixtures, five percent more than Jordan Henderson in second place.
- On 26 March 2016, he scored his first international goal, heading Jordan Henderson's corner for the winner in a 3–2 victory against Germany in Berlin.
- After being named Sunderland's Young Player of the Year for two seasons in a row, at the end of the 2010–11 season, Jordan Henderson was transferred to Liverpool, where he went on to become captain and win the Champions League, and the Premier League.
- In the final on 26 February, Liverpool met Cardiff City; Bellamy featured as a second-half substitute in place of Jordan Henderson but he did not take a penalty in the ensuing shootout after asking to be omitted from the five nominated takers.
- Wílmar Barrios was booked when he appeared to headbutt Jordan Henderson in the build-up to a free-kick Trippier bent narrowly wide.
- He scored his first league goal of the season the following month, slotting home a ball from Jordan Henderson to provide the first in a 3–0 away win over Bournemouth, on 7 December.
- Lambert made his first appearance at the finals in England's second group match, a 2–1 defeat to Uruguay, replacing Jordan Henderson for the last three minutes as England sought an equaliser.
- During the encounter, he assisted captain Jordan Henderson for the opening goal and in the process became the first defender in the competition's history to reach double figures for assists in multiple campaigns.
- In December 2013 he was sent-off at Anfield in a defeat by Liverpool for a foul on Jordan Henderson.
- Despite saving a penalty against Jordan Henderson in the Round of 16 penalty shoot-out against England, Colombia were eliminated 3–4 on penalties.
- The latest winner of the award as of 2019–20 is Jordan Henderson of Liverpool.
- He returned as a second-half substitute for Jordan Henderson on 15 December in a 2–0 loss against Aston Villa.
- Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard profited from Liverpool's failure to hold on to possession, as he received the ball from a misplaced Jordan Henderson pass, but his shot 40 yd away from goal went wide.
- In recent seasons, Jordan Henderson and Jordan Pickford have both represented England at senior international level.
- Towards the end of the following month, he was named man of the match for his performance in Liverpool's 6–0 away victory over Newcastle United, claiming two assists and winning the free-kick from which Jordan Henderson scored Liverpool's sixth goal.
- The derby was one of the most heated in recent years, with Richarlison being sent off for a late challenge on Thiago Alcantara and captain Jordan Henderson having a game-winning goal ruled out for offside by VAR.
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