Over the weekend, Wayne Rooney equalled Sir Bobby Charlton’s Manchester United scoring record, as the 31-year-old scored his 249th goal against Reading. He’s now just one strike away from being out there on his own as top scorer, which will be a truly incredible feat.
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Yesterday was a monumental one in Manchester United history, as Wayne Rooney equalled Sir Bobby Charlton’s goalscoring record at the club, with his 249th strike. However, this morning, the club captain woke up with a sour taste in his mouth with a certain newspaper.
Well there you have it, Wayne Rooney has equalled Manchester United’s top goalscorer of all time record, with his 249th strike for the Red Devils. The record had stood for over fifty years, with Sir Bobby Charlton in the crowd to witness Rooney join him on top of the pedestal.
Manchester United’s attentions turn to the FA Cup for the first time of the season, as Jose Mourinho prepares his players to host Championship side Reading FC. The fixture is an interesting one for the fans in particular, as Royals’ manager is none other than former United man, Jaap Stam.
Manchester United Football Club got another win under their belt on New Years Eve, thanks to late heroics from both Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba. The games are coming thick and fast, and tomorrow night, another tricky fixture away to West Ham United is on the cards.
Manchester United made it four league wins on the spin earlier today, thanks to a brilliant team performance at home to David Moyes’ Sunderland. Jose Mourinho must’ve been mightily impressed with his players, but there was one man missing from the squad due to injury.
Manchester United seem to always be in the headlines for one reason or another – purely because we’re the biggest club in the country and we sell papers. One man embroiled in a media controversy at the moment is Wayne Rooney, and his situation just took another turn.
Manchester United dropped more points late on this weekend, as Arsenal managed to rescue a draw in the dying embers of the eagerly anticipated clash. The performance as a whole must’ve been pleasing, however, as we were by far the better team throughout.
The big games are seemingly coming thick and fast for Manchester United at the moment, and they have another one this weekend. Arsene Wenger and his side visit the Theatre of Dreams in a real interesting clash – and one Jose Mourinho has to come out on top of.
Manchester United football is close to returning, with the international break drawing to it’s end for the calendar year. Jose Mourinho’s men come back with a pretty big bang – a home game against one of our fiercest of rivals in the form of Arsenal.