5 Essential Notes Wayne Rooney at Manchester United
Wayne Rooney back uniformed Everton after 13 years of Manchester United defense on Sunday (9/7/2017) Judi Bola. 31-year-old player recorded a number of achievements with Man United before returning to his old club.
Here are five of Rooney’s best achievements with the Red Devils camp – Manchester United’s nickname.
1. Collection of various trophies
Wayne Rooney earned all the titles a footballer could achieve with Manchester United. Uniquely, Rooney’s first year at Old Trafford he missed without a single degree.
In the 2004-2005 season, the Red Devils only finished third in the Premier League – the top league caste of the English League – and were knocked out in the last 16 of the Champions League, the League Cup semi-finals, and lost in the FA Cup final.
Wazza’s first title – Rooney’s call – came a year later as Man United toppled Wigan 4-0 in the FA Cup final. Rooney won the title of Man of the Match in the game.
The trophy then flowed into Rooney’s hands as he won the Premier League title a year later (2006-2007) and the Champions League a year later, in 2007-2008.
He has four Premier League titles, three League Cups, and one FA Cup, Europa League and Champions League respectively
2. Manchester United’s all-time goalscorers
Rooney became the top scorer of all time Manchester United when his free shot breaks Stoke City goalkeeper in January 2017. He passes the record 250 goals Sir Bobby Charlton.
Rooney did it in 546 games while Charlton needed 758 matches to reach the same amount. He eventually left Man United with 253 goals in all competitions.
3. Top scorer throughout the lifetime of the England national team
The sharpness of Wayne Rooney also spread to the England national team. He has strengthened England in the 2004 European Cup while still defending Everton’s penalty, but Rooney has been the backbone of the teams at the 2006, 2010 and 2014 World Cups and Euro 2012 and European Championships in Man United in 2016.
Despite England having no good fortune in the tournaments, Wazza keeps his name in the gold ink of Three Lions history by being the top scorer in the history of his country (53 goals from 119 matches.
He scored his first goal on 6 September 2003, becoming England’s youngest scorer at the age of 17 years and 317 days (vs. Macedonia). His latest goal came as England suffered a humiliating 2-1 defeat of Iceland counter in the last 16 of the 2016 European Cup.
4. Manchester City’s best goalscorer
At least, that’s the recognition of Manchester United’s legendary coach, Sir Alex Ferguson.
Goal he means is salto goal salita bait Nani in the 78th minute that gives United a 2-1 victory over Manchester City at Old Trafford in February 2011.
“I’ve never seen a goal like that, I never remember a better goal at Old Trafford,” Sir Alex said.
Rooney also admitted that the goal is the most important goal throughout his career at Man United.
“We won the league that year and the party is a big game for us,” he told Sky Sports.
Goal was also didaulat as the best goal of the 2010-2011 season.
5. Wayne Rooney, the European champion
It can be argued that Wayne Rooney’s biggest title with Manchester United is the 2008 Champions League trophy. The title comes from the final duel against fellow English club Chelsea, the first time in history there have been two English clubs in the final.
The title came thanks to the failure of John Terry to score a penalty on penalties, but the party was testament to the strength of Sir Alex Ferguson’s second dream team after the 1999 forces.
Tim Ferguson was then praised thanks to their attacking game and creativity. Rooney plays a big role and one of the trio of dynamic mobile attackers with Carlos Tevez and Cristiano Ronaldo.