Manchester United absolutely bossed the game against Leicester City at the weekend, and they did it without the help of their captain Wayne Rooney, who was ruled out with illness. However, the club tweeted a few photos of the players in training, and our #10 was present.
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Manchester United eventually ran out comfortable 3-0 winners away at Leicester City this afternoon, with Jose Mourinho’s men looking comfortable for the most part. The Red Devils are now on a fifteen game unbeaten streak in the league, and are within touching distance of the top four.
Manchester United Football Club are a team draped in rich history and traditions, and that is a legacy Jose Mourinho is obviously keen on carrying on. The self-proclaimed Special One is seemingly getting the right tune out of his current stars, and the Reds are still battling it out in four competitions.
As has been well documented recently, Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney broke the all-time top goalscorer record at the club. The 31-year-old netted his 250th strike, surpassing Sir Bobby Charlton’s 249 goals tally – which remained the best in club history for over forty years.
Over the weekend, Sir Bobby Charlton’s goalscoring record at Manchester United was broken by Wayne Rooney. The 31-year-old from Croxteth scored his 250th goal in all competitions for the Red Devils, breaking an accomplishment that had stood for over forty years.
Manchester United Football Club recently has gained a new record holder. Wayne Rooney is now the all-time top scorer for the Red Devils after he scored his 250th goal for the club against Stoke City. The now 31-year-old deserves all the plaudits coming his way, but Jose has admitted he’s free to go to China if he wants.
Manchester United Football Club have a new record holder on their hands, and it comes in the form of club captain Wayne Rooney. The 31-year-old scored his 250th goal for the club against Stoke City yesterday, and now stands alone as the top goal-getter of all time for this prestigous club – and my he did it in style.
Well, he’s done it. Wayne Rooney is now Manchester United’s all-time top goalscorer with 250 strikes for the Red Devils. The club captain scored an absolutely wonderful free-kick against Stoke City, with less than a minute on the clock to grab his team a well-deserved point.
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.
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.