Alan Shearer & Wayne Rooney

Alan Shearer OBE, DL (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English footballer. Wayne Mark Rooney (born 24 October 1985) is an English footballer who plays as a striker for Premier League club Manchester United and the England national team. 5.0/5

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Danny Rose agrees with Alan Shearer that England are a 'laughing stock': Wayne Rooney says the England squad ...
Alan Shearer believes Marcus Rashford should start for England against Malta on Saturday but Three Lions captain Wayne Rooney should not
David Beckham has advised Wayne Rooney to disregard Alan Shearer's call to retire from England duty. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United news: Alan Shearer says Wayne Rooney should retire from England duties to help club form
Alan Shearer has encouraged Wayne Rooney to retire from international football -
Alan Shearer tells Wayne Rooney he can extend career by quitting England duty.
188 - Wayne Rooney is now the outright second top goalscorer in Premier League history (188 goals), behind Alan Shearer (260).…
Alan Shearer currently holds the record with 260 goals, Andy Cole (187 goals) and Wayne Rooney (187 goals) are joint second
Wayne Rooney is now level with Andy Cole on 187 goals, 2nd only to Alan Shearer (260)
Wayne Rooney now level with Andrew Cole on 187 PL goals, only Alan Shearer has more (260).
Alan Shearer and Jackie Milburn were more productive for England than Wayne Rooney: Wayne Rooney is close to…
Alan Shearer, Paul Scholes, Wayne Rooney “Quote with the 3 best English players of all time”
How do you view Man Utd's 3-0 victory over Liverpool last Sunday? Try put aside club allegiances in making your comment over that match. If you are a person who insists on absolute adherence to traditional rules or structures, or a person who has or affects to have a special appreciation of art and beauty, then, as Alan Shearer put it on Match of the Day: "The standard of passing for both teams was just so poor..." Yeah, that game was terrible, an ode to mis-hit passes and bad defending. If you are a short-attention span type who enjoys goals, thrills and spills, then that game wasn't so bad. There were plenty of chances and not all of them the result of individual -- or collective -- errors. If you are a tactical mind, then you might actually have enjoyed two managers with the guts to go beyond the same old, same old. Brendan Rodgers' choice of a back three without a recognized striker was bold and interesting while Louis Van Gaal's interpretation of the game -- in this case sticking Wayne Rooney and J . ...
Wayne Rooney has now scored 179 goals in the EPL, only Alan Shearer (260) & Andrew Cole (187) have scored more in the competit…
Alan Shearer: 'Wayne Rooney is not a great player':
Don't care how many caps or how many goals he scores Wayne Rooney is no where near as good a centre forward as Alan Shearer
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Man Utd’s Wayne Rooney not a ‘great’ player, claims Alan Shearer: Alan Shearer as claimed that Wayne Rooney is...
Wayne Rooney. 100 caps and accomplished precisely nothing. England career pales in comparison to Michael Owen and Alan Shearer
VIDEO: Rooney 'one of England's finest': BBC Sport's Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer praise Wayne Rooney, who wi...
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger surprised by Danny Welbeck's speed, skill and finishing ability Arsene Wenger says Danny Welbeck surpassed even the Frenchman's expectations with hat-trick against Galatasary in the Champions League . By Jeremy Wilson, at the Emirates Stadium Arsène Wenger admitted that he had not appreciated that Danny Welbeck was a good finisher or so adept technically even after spending £16 million on making him the most expensive centre-forward in Arsenal's history. Welbeck followed Michael Owen, Alan Shearer, Wayne Rooney, Mike Newell and Andy Cole to become only the sixth English player to score a Champions League hat-trick. Asked what he had learnt about Welbeck in the past month, Wenger said: “I’ve learnt he’s a good finisher. Technically he’s very sound. That was a surprise. He’s technically clean and that he’s a good passer of the ball. “Honestly, I didn’t know he was so quick. I knew he was quick but he can be electric when he starts. He showed that instinct of . ...
10 FACTS ABOUT EPL 1.Derby county played 32games without a win in (2007-2008)season. 2.Man Utd V Blackburn was d highest attendance record in EPL. 76,398 in 2007. 3.Wimbledon V Everton was d lowest attendance in EPL 3,039 in 1993. 4.Wayne Rooney is d ugliest premiership player ever. 5.There wasn't a single corner in the Chelsea V Wigan 21st Aug 2003. 6.Alan Shearer is da only player 2 have scored 11 hatricks in EPL. 7.Da earliest kick off game was at 11:15am Man City V Everton in 2005. 8.Ledley King scored da fastest goal in EPL after just 10seconds. 9.Swindon conceeded 100goals in EPL in (1993-1994) season. 10.Chelsea leads yellow cards charts with over 1,250bookings.
THEATRE RENOVATION It was Old Trafford that did for Manchester United last season. The Red Devils lost seven times on home soil, as many times as relegated Norwich City, and after another reversal on the opening day of the season, to Swansea, Sunday’s match against QPR was must-win for Louis Van Gaal. And in a reasonably poetic twist, United scored three times before half-time at home in the league for the first time since that spring night in April 2013 when Robin Van Persie scored a first-half hat-trick and Sir Alex Ferguson won his 13th and final league title wit the club. 17 months on and the new era finally looks like it has arrived, with new signings Ander Herrera and Angel Di Maria scoring and Wayne Rooney reaching 175 Premier League goals, a total only Alan Shearer and Andrew Cole can better. The last time United failed to win any of their opening three league games, in 2007-08, they won the fourth match and went onto claim the title.
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has matched Thierry Henry's all-time Premier League goals record with his strike against QPR on Sunday. The England Captain picked up the ball from Ander Herrera before cutting inside from the left and beating Rob Green at his near post to give Louis Van Gaal's side a 3-0 lead before half-time. Rooney has now scored 175 times in the English top flight, the same as Former Arsenal hero Henry. The former Everton forward reached the landmark in 377 appearances, whereas Henry took just 258. Rooney is now joint third in the all-time scoring charts, and needs just 13 more goals to leapfrog Andy Cole into second. But he is still 85 behind former Southampton, Blackburn and Newcastle United striker Alan Shearer, who notched 260 times in 441 appearances.
Football pundit Alan Shearer admits that he thinks Wayne Rooney should be England's next captain, after Steven Gerrard
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Although England lost to Italy, they were creative and dangerous on the break and you love to see that. Raheem Sterling was clearly their best player and looked comfortable as the No. 10. Alan Shearer is insane to talk about putting Wayne Rooney back in center. Yeah, Sterling doesn't have much defensive discipline, but neither does Rooney.
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney was slammed by pundits for his failure to score for England in the second-half of defeat to Italy. Rooney was shooting wide from an excellent position shortly after England had slipped 2-1 down that drew a lot of ire, and he has now not scored in nine World Cup finals appearances. Newcastle United icon Alan Shearer told BBC1: "It was that lack of quality in the final third that was our downfall. Rooney had his big chance and he failed to take it and, at this level in the World Cup, you only get one chance in the game and you have to score. "Mario Balotelli got one chance for Italy, and scored the winner. Rooney has still not scored at a World Cup finals and he might not get a better chance than that." Former Arsenal and France striker Thierry Henry echoed Shearer's sentiments, adding: "The result comes down to that Wayne Rooney miss and Mario Balotelli taking his chance from a great cross into the box. "There is a debate about whether England should play Rooney out o ...
Alan Shearer on Wayne Rooney: "You can never criticise his workrate." I don't know, Alan, I reckon I could have a go
World Cup Countdown (with a horse racing twist today in honor of the Belmont) -- Fact No. 6: A number of prominent footballers including Sir Alex, Wayne Rooney, Michael Owen, Harry Redknapp, Steve Mcmanaman, Paul Scholes and Alan Shearer own racehorses. Owen's most significant victory might have come when his horse, Brown Panther, won the King George V Stakes at Ascot in 2011. Rooney's namesake Switcharooney, meanwhile, failed to win a single race in a disappointing career. In 1978, the last time a horse captured the Triple Crown, Argentina won the World Cup with a thrilling 3-1 extra time win over Netherlands. Before the match, Holland accused Argentina of employing stalling tactics to delay the start in an effort to rile up the home crowd. In any event, the Dutch nearly took the lead in stoppage time when Rob Resenbrink's shot beat the Argentine keeper but caromed off the post. Afterward, Holland skipped the awards ceremony in protest. Argentina is currently a 4-1 second choice behind Brazil to win the ...
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has been backed to shine at the World Cup by two of England’s greatest ever goalscorers. Rooney, who is preparing for his third finals tournament, has still to find the net in his previous two appearances at the international showpiece – but Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer and World Cup winner Sir Bobby Charlton believe that run will come to an end in Brazil. Read more:
Alan Shearer believes Wayne Rooney must star at the FIFA World Cup if he is to be regarded as one of England's greatest-ever players.
"Wayne Rooney hasn't the right mentality or discipline to be a world class player" - Joey Barton. This is coming from the same man who has been sent off 8 times in his career, stubbed a lit cigar into the eye of a young team mate while at Man City, broke the leg of a pensioner while driving his car at 2am in Liverpool city centre, had a public altercation with a 15 year old Everton fan in Bangkok, dropped his shorts infront of live television cameras while playing against Everton, was arrested on suspicion of assault and criminal damage after an incident with a taxi driver, hospitalised a team mate after a fight at Man City's training ground, was arrested and jailed for 6 months for assault after his involvement in a pub brawl, punches Morten Gamst Pedersen in the stomach during a match while playing for Newcastle United, got sold by Newcastle United to QPR after publicly criticising Alan Shearer and finally charged by the FA £75,000 for assaulting Vincent Kompany and Sergio Aguero in 2012. Not really th ...
NOTABLE RECORDS * Alan Shearer is the first player to score 100 Premier League goals. * Frank Lampard is the Premier Leagues highest scoring midfielder of all time, and all time top scorer for Chelsea FC. * Ryan Giggs is the only player to score in every Premier League season. * Thiery Henry scored 175 goals, the most by a foreign player and the most for a single club by any player. * Didier Drogba was the first African player to score 100 Premier League goals. Do you have any notable records to add? Let's have it and learn. *David james kept over 400 clean sheets 4 premiership. *Daniel Sturridge made his first team debut in the 2007–08 season for Manchester City , becoming the only player ever to score in the FA Youth Cup, FA Cup and Premier League in the same season. *Wayne Rooney signed for Manchester United at the end of August 2004 for a fee of £25.6 million. It was the highest fee ever paid for a player under 20 years old; Rooney was still only 18 when he left Everton. *Arsenal is the only team i ...
Wayne Rooney is 4th in the list of all time Premier League top scorers with his two goals Yesterday . All-TIME Premier League TOP SCORERS: 1 Alan Shearer (260) 2 Andy Cole (187) 3 Thierry Henry (175) 4 Wayne Rooney (171) 5 Frank Lampard (170)
Wayne Rooney is only the 3rd player to score 10+ goals in 10 PL seasons, after Alan Shearer (11) and Frank Lampard (10).
Alan Shearer has tipped Wayne Rooney to break his Premier League goals record. Rooney expected to sign new deal…
EPL Hat-trick Facts 1.Since the inception of the EPL,more than 100 players have scored three or more goals in a match. 2.Eric Cantona was the first player to score a hat-trick.He scored three times in Leeds United's 5-0 win over Tottenham Hotspurs. 3.Twenty players have scored more than three goals in a match.Of these,four players-Andrew Cole,Alan Shearer,Jermaine Defoe and Dimitar Berbatov-have scored five. 4.Robbie Fowler scored three times against Arsenal in four minutes and twenty-three seconds-the fastest hat-trick. 5.Ole Gunnar Solksjaer scored four times as a sub against Nottingham Forest in twelve minutes-the fastest scorer of a four-goal haul. 6.The fixture between Arsenal and Southhampton saw Jermaine Pennant and Robert Pires score a hat-trick for the home team. 7.In 2007,Blackburn Rovers' Roque Santa Cruz and Wigan Athletic's Marcus Bent scored a hat-trick in a match Wigan won 5-3. 8.Only four players-Les Ferdinand,Ian Wright,Didier Drogba,and Wayne Rooney-have scored hat-tricks in two consecut ...
The top five Premier League goal scorers get their own little write up and a link to video of their goals. Everyone outside of that gets just their name, the clubs they played and scored for (or club, in the case of Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Matt LeTissier) and, of course, their total number of Premier League goals. You can also jump directly to the Premier League Golden Boot winners and Most Premier League goals this season sections. All Time Premier League Top Scorers The top ten all time Premier League top scorers are: 1. Alan Shearer: 260 goals in 434 appearancess 2. Andy Cole: 187 goals in 408 appearancess 3. Thierry Henry: 176 goals in 258 appearances 4. Frank Lampard: 167 goals in 567 appearances * 5. Robbie Fowler: 163 goals in 375 appearances 6. Michael Owen: 163 goals in 362 appearances 7. Wayne Rooney: 158 goals in 351 appearances * 8. Les Ferdinand: 150 goals in 347 appearances 9. Teddy Sheringham: 146 goals in 407 appearancess 10. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink: 127 goals in 287 appearances
A weekend treat for all you England Football fans a new article by star writer Tom "Too sweet" Pitt Rashid... Overpaid. Egotistical. Uninterested. Unpatriotic. These are a few of the accusations regularly levelled en masse at the English national football team. The tipping point? The 2010 World Cup. England, with a spinal cord of world class talent, were expected to deliver. You know what happened next and you know whodunit too. Yet again, we crashed out of major tournament prematurely. Over the last 20 years England have had great teams. Think of the players we’ve had: Paul Gascoigne, Alan Shearer, Paul Scholes, Gary Linekar, Steven Gerrard, Ashley Cole, David Platt, Wayne Rooney, John Barnes, Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard, Gary Neville, Tony Adams, Sol Campbell. It goes on. On top of that, think of the players the England team never got the best of: Matt Le Tissier, Robbie Fowler, Steve Mcmanaman, Andy Cole, Ian WrightMichael Owen? Yet still, nothing to show for it. The focal point of the debate co ...
Wayne Rooney claims Steven Gerrard should have been made England’s captain sooner than he was. Gerrard has captained England 30 times but often stepping up when others were out injured and he was only given the role on a permanent basis by Roy Hodgson last year. Alan Shearer wore the armband on Gerrard’s international debut in 1999 and he sat through David Beckham’s long spell as skipper. Then he had to wait for the honour to be passed from John Terry to Rio Ferdinand and back again. Rooney said: 'Steven has been one of the best in the world over the last 15 years. He has adapted his game a little bit. He is not going forward as much as he used to. But he has certainly got the ability to play a bit deeper and play passes out and drive the team us. That is what he does. 'He is our captain. We look to him to give us that drive. He does that. It is great to see. He has been doing it for years. I think he got the captain's armband a bit later than he should have. 'I feel he should have been named captai ...
Watch 3 at where Mark Chapman, Alan Shearer and Peter Schmeichel discuss Wayne Rooney and Jose Mo…
Premier League in 2012/13 0: Manchester United became only the fourth side in Premier League history to not concede a single penalty kick in a season (Arsenal in 1999-00, Newcastle in 1995-96 and Bolton in 1997-98). 0: Both Tottenham and Swansea were not awarded a single penalty kick in 2012‑13 – only five other sides have not been awarded a penalty in a Premier League campaign before this season, with the last instance being Charlton Athletic in 2004-05. 1: West Ham were the only team not to win consecutive Premier League games. 2: Robin Van Persie became only the third player to win the Premier League Golden Boot award with two clubs (Arsenal and Manchester United), after Alan Shearer and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. 2: Only four players managed to reach double figures in terms of goals and assists – Juan Mata (12 goals, 12 assists), Theo Walcott (14 goals, 10 assists), Santi Cazorla (12 goals, 11 assists) and Wayne Rooney (12 goals, 10 assists). 2: Theo Walcott scored two of the five goals scored ins ...
Tributes to Duncan Ferguson from Dave Watson, Stan Collymore, Alan Shearer, Nigel Martyn, Kevin Kilbane, Wayne Rooney, Graeme Sharp, *** Rathbone and more.
(Daily Mirror) - Newcastle stripped Alan Shearer's name from a St James' Park bar yesterday, hours after the Toon hero called Joe Kinnear's appointment a "disaster". -Alisher Usmanov has urged Arsene Wenger to break the bank for Wayne Rooney. -Andre Villas-Boas last night gave Spurs fans the promise they have been waiting for as he insisted Gareth Bale is going nowhere. - Juan Mata's Chelsea future is secure, with Jose Mourinho planning to make the Spanish ace pivotal in his new-look Blues. -Manchester United face a battle with Bayern Munich for Spain superstar Thiago Alcantara. -Joe Kinnear was appointed by Newcastle to stop the feuding between Alan Pardew and Graham Carr. -Brighton have lined up their next manager -even before current boss Gus Poyet's future is resolved -with former Barcelona midfielder Oscar Garcia lined up. -Chelsea are ready to cut their ties with Gael Kakuta to complete the capture of Marco van Ginkel. -Southampton supremo Nicola Cortese will pay a record £12million for Celtic midf ...
love how the 'world class' Wayne Rooney is lighting this game up! The ***
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Wayne Rooney under too much pressure for England - Van der Sar England are wrong to place so much pressure on striker Wayne Rooney, says his former team-mate at Manchester United Edwin Van der Sar. Rooney has scored 35 goals for England in 82 caps, but has netted just once at a major tournament since Euro 2004. And the former United goalkeeper claims expectation on Rooney is excessive. "There has been so much pressure on him and that is where England goes wrong," the former Netherlands international told BBC Radio 5 live's Sportsweek. "You build someone up and really put all your money on him as the guy who is going to make England the world or European champions. "And if he doesn't succeed it's quite easy to cut him down again." The Dutchman acknowledged that Rooney has not been on top form recently and had been overshadowed by his countryman Robin Van Persie. "Of course, players can have indifferent seasons," he said. "Maybe for him it has been a lesser season, especially the last couple of games he did ...
Today's answers - Andy Cole, Michael Owen, Alan Shearer, Gareth Bale, Wayne Rooney & Mike Newell. was first to get it right!
Alan Shearer giving Wayne Rooney Career Advice in today's sun, really?
Enjoying this debate on If you had the choice Alan Shearer or Wayne Rooney? Andy Gray is convinced it's a 'no brainer'
Six Nations 2013: Chris Ashton sees mind guru who helped Wayne Rooney and Alan Shearer to rebuild confidence
Chris Ashton seeks inspiration from Wayne Rooney and Alan Shearer ahead of Grand Slam showdown. My piece:
As if reckons Alan shearer was better than what Wayne Rooney is
Get well soon : 1. Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard, John Terry, Wayne Rooney and Jack Wilshere have donated money for Paul Gascoigne’s treatment. Pray for the England legend- get well soon Gazza. 2. Spain and Barcelona star striker David Villa has been admitted to hospital for a kidney stone treatment. Pray for him if you want to see him in the fiend again.
Stat Center : Man Utd striker Wayne Rooney (27) is the 3rd only player to have scored at least 10 goals in 9 consecutive seasons in the history of BPL. Only Former England star Alan Shearer and Chelsea midfield icon Frank Lampard is ahead of him. Rooney is still very young to go beyond them easily.
Ok, whilst I agree that spitting AT somebody is quite disgusting, apparently, according to Alan Shearer, just spitting in the general direction of another player on the football field, is an offence so bad that it warrants a more severe punishment than a potential leg breaking, 2 footed, studs up, tackle. Controversial I know, but I don't believe Popov was actually spitting at Walker, I think he was doing what Wayne Rooney, for one, does at least 40 times in every match, spitting!
Wayne Rooney becomes only the 3rd player in PL history to have a double figure goals tally for 9 consecutive seasons after Alan Shearer & Frank Lampard.
"26 - Wayne Rooney has now scored 26 braces in the Premier League; only Alan Shearer (46) & Thierry Henry (34) have more. Salvo."
The top 10 highest Premier League scorers of all time 1. Alan Shearer - 260 goals 2. Andy Cole - 189 goals 3. Thierry Henry - 176 goals 4. Robbie Fowler - 163 goals 5. Frank Lampard - 153 goals 6. Wayne Rooney - 150 goals 7. Les Ferdinand - 149 goals 8. Michael Owen - 149 goals 9. Teddy Sheringham - 147 goals 10. Jimmy F Hasselbaink - 128 goals Emile Heskey is down at the number 16 spot with 111 goals Jermain Defoe is at number 14 with 121 goals, can see him gaining a few places if he carries on with this form Wayne Rooney moved up to 6th spot after his 2 goals against Manchester City last weekend.
Rooney proud to overtake Sir Bobby Charlton's Manchester derby goalscoring record The striker surpassed the United legend on Sunday, while also becoming the sixth man to reach 150 Premier League goals. Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has expressed his pride at overtaking Sir Bobby Charlton's record of goals in the Manchester derby, after his double in the 3-2 victory over Manchester City on Sunday took him to 10 goals against the Red Devils' top rival. The 27-year-old scored twice to put Sir Alex Ferguson's men ahead 2-0, before goals from Yaya Toure and Pablo Zabaleta put the three points in doubt, with Robin Van Persie winning the game with a free kick in the dying moments of the match. The prolific forward leapfrogged the Red Devils' club legend to gain the derby record and is now level with Manchester City's Francis Lee and Joe Hayes with the overall record of 10. The striker also became the sixth player to reach the 150 Premier League goals barrier, following in the footsteps of Alan Shearer, ...
Alan Shearer has reckon current United’s strikers as Sir Alex’s finest. He rated Robin Van Persie,Wayne Rooney,Javier Hernandez and Danny Welbeck even higher than the 1998/1999treble winning strikers which is Andy Cole, Dwight Yorke, Ole G unnar Solskjaer and Teddy Sheringham. “They may leak goals at the other end but goodness this team has gotsome firepower. Robin Van Persie, Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck and Javier Hernandez is the most frightening array of attacking talent Alex Ferguson has ever had. And, yes, I include the Fantastic Four from 1999 of Andy Cole, Dwight Yorke, Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.” – Alan Shearer , any comments ?
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SOME QUOTES ON Paul Scholes FROM THE FOOTBALL WORLD: Zidane: "I never tire of watching him play. You rarely come across the complete footballer, but Scholes is as close to it as you can get." Brian Kidd: “Paul Scholes had the best football brain I’d ever seen in a kid. Let’s face it. Paul Scholes is in a class of its own.” Wayne Rooney: “Scholes is the best I’ve played with, no question. His touch, passing, vision, composure is outstanding. I try to copy him.” Alan Shearer: "“If you ask footballers to pick out the player they most admire, so many of them will pick Paul Scholes. He can tackle, and his passing and shooting is of the highest level. He’s the most consistent and naturally gifted player we’ve had for a long, long time.” Andres Iniesta :“SCHOLES and Ryan Giggs, They are two shining examples for any player” Gerard Pique: “Scholes is of the best players I’ve ever seen in my life! Spectacular on training!! Playing with him was a joy!” Samir Nasri: “Sad to hear Paul ...
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney believes Former Arsenal superstar Thierry Henry is the finest striker to have ever played in the Premier League. Henry scored 174 goals in 254 league appearances for Arsenal prior to leaving the Emirates Stadium for Barcelona in 2007, while the French veteran added another strike to his tally during an emotional return last season. The Arsenal legend is third on the Premier League's all-time goalscorer list which is headed by ex-Newcastle captain Alan Shearer with 260 goals, while former Manchester United striker Andy Cole is second with 187. Rooney himself is in eighth position with 148 goals for Everton and Manchester United during his decade as a professional, and looked to Henry for inspiration while he was moving up the youth ranks. Despite Shearer being the most potent player the Premier League has seen, Rooney still ranks Henry above the Former England skipper, and says he was always entertained by the record Arsenal scorer. "I'd have to say Thierry Henry. Fro ...
Remember the name?! Ten years ago exactly, Wayne Rooney scored his first Barclays Premier League goal, the 16-year-old whizzkid coming off the bench to earn Everton a 2-1 win over Arsenal. He's now on 144 Premier League goals: Do you reckon he'll beat Alan Shearer's record of 260?
Wayne Rooney has equal and surpass Loftouse,Tom Finney and Alan Shearer Three Lions of England (30) goals record with his double strike against San Marino last night.Rooney who was on (29) goal before last night game has now made it (31) goals for the English national team.
Rooney's high five honour Wayne Rooney marked his first competitive match as England Captain by firing his way into the national team's top five goalscorers of all time. The Manchester United forward entered the World Cup qualifying game against San Marino on 29 goals but a first-half penalty and a second-half strike enabled him to leapfrog a famous trio - Tom Finney, Nat Lofthouse and Alan Shearer - and move into fifth place with 31. The only men now above him are Michael Owen (40), Jimmy Greaves (44), Gary Lineker (48) and United legend Sir Bobby Charlton (49). "Obviously it's a great honour for me, there are some great players there," Rooney told ITV Sport. "To be in England's top five goalscorers of all time is something I'm extremely proud of. Hopefully there are many more goals to come. I'm still only 26, I've got a long way to go, so hopefully I can score a lot more." England won 5-0 thanks to Rooney's double, a brace from Danny Welbeck and a final flourish from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, but some pu ...
England 5-0 San Marino 12 October 12 22:27  By Phil McNulty Chief football writer at Wembley, BBC Sport Wayne Rooney led from the front to become England's fifth highest goalscorer as they eased to victory against San Marino at Wembley. Rooney - captain in the absence of suspended Steven Gerrard and injured Frank Lampard - scored twice to take his tally to 31 as England finally overcame some early San Marino resistance to secure a comfortable World Cup qualifying win. The Manchester United striker broke the deadlock with a 34th-minute penalty and Old Trafford team-mate Danny Welbeck quickly added a second as Roy Hodgson's side finally made their vast superiority count against the side ranked joint-207th in the world. Rooney then edged ahead of Nat Lofthouse, Sir Tom Finney and Alan Shearer in England's goalscoring charts with his second after 70 minutes as they improved what could be the vital factor of goal differing in the closing stages. Welbeck's knack for an instinctive finish was demonstrated onc ...
Wayne Rooney overtakes Alan Shearer, Tom Finney & Nat Lofthouse to become England's 5th top scorer with 31 goals.
Wayne Rooney proves worthy of the honour as England's latest captain: Wayne Rooney has now surpassed Alan Shearer, Nat Lofthouse and ...
Pride as Rooney moves fifth: Wayne Rooney expressed his pride at surpassing Alan Shearer, Tom Finney an...
Wayne Rooney joins Alan Shearer, Nat Lofthouse and Tom Finney on 30 international goals. Joint 5th on top-scorers list!
Wayne Rooney's 30th goal - moves into a tie for 5th all-time on England all-time scoring list with Nat Lofthouse, Tom Finney & Alan Shearer.
Wayne Rooney has passed Alan Shearer, Tom Finney & Nat Lofthouse's goal tally. 31 goals yet only FIVE of them in major tournaments.
Alan Shearer column: Wayne Rooney is one of Europe's best - in midfield
Newcastle United and England legend Alan Shearer believes Manchester United star Wayne Rooney is at a career crossroads.
Sam Worthington looks like the love child of Alan Shearer and Wayne Rooney
Italy in semis . an njoyable match but no goals to add spice ... England remains chokers at the main stage . England has provided a Galaxy of greats in the recent past .. Gary Linekar , David Beckham , Wayne Rooney , Rio Ferdinand , Jhon terry , Ashle Cole , David seaman , Sol Campbell , Gerard , Lampard , Alan Shearer , Stuart Pearce , Paul Ince , Michael Owen, Paul Gascoinge and i must be forgetting many others ... but every major Championship as long as i am following football i find them crumbling either in QF or max Semis ... Must be some jinx which only they can overcome
Alan Shearer backs Wayne Rooney to break scoring record "He is still just 27, so he could go on and be the number one." "It is some challenge but that is what Wayne loves. He will certainly be looking forward to the next challenge against Italy on Sunday."
Alan Shearer with Wayne Rooney. like a two stars muah
Alan Shearer, Teddy Sheringham, Micheal Owen and Wayne Rooney. England's top striker for me. W/O them, goals were scored mostly by midf.
Alan Shearer won the Golden Boot in the 96 Euro's , this time it's Wayne Rooney's turn even though he is suspended for the first 2 matches.
Gary Linekar, Alan Shearer, Michael Owen, Wayne Rooney.Andy Carroll? Embarrassing. That's how crap we've become.
"Wayne Rooney is player of the year.Yes, RVP has had an excellent season But has made the difference in the title race"Alan Shearer
Former Newcastle striker Alan Shearer believes his record as the all-time leading goalscorer in the history of the Barclays Premier League could come under threat from Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney.
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney can break my goal record says Alan Shearer
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