FIFA World Cup - Is Wayne Rooney the Worlds Best Player?

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Publish Date : 2021-04-19 11:52:41
FIFA World Cup - Is Wayne Rooney the Worlds Best Player?

Joining The Debate

Ahead of the FIFA World Cup, there's an ongoing debate about who the world's greatest player is. Argentina's Messi is among the most named. There are also those who root for the likes of Portugal's Christiano Ronaldo. Recently, Carlos Tevez, the Manchester City and Argentina striker, and Rooney's former teammate at Man United, created a stir when he said that Rooney is the best he has ever played against, or alongside. In fact, Tevez categorically stated that Rooney is better than his Argentinian teammate, Messi, as well as the Portugal star striker, Christiano Ronaldo.

Early Bird

At 25, Rooney has over a hundred Premier League appearances and 50-plus England caps. When he turned out for Everton, against Arsenal, in his first Premier League appearance, Rooney established a record - since broken - as the youngest ever to play in the EPL. His goal scored in that match against the defending champions, Arsenal, ended Arsenal's 30-match unbeaten streak. It also made Rooney the youngest ever player to score a goal in the EPL (this record has also been bested, since).

Rooney went on to become the youngest player to earn an England cap - another record, since erased - when he played in a friendly against Australia, in 2003. He became the youngest England player to score an international goal, at Euro 2004. Rooney announced his arrival in tournament action, with a sensational showing that ended, tragically, in the quarter-final against Portugal, when he got injured and was forced to leave the field.

Blazing a Trail

Rooney has spent eight years in football, and has eight trophies to highlight his presence in the football arena, including 3 Premier League titles, and one each in the UEFA Champions League, Community Shield, and Champions Cup. The icing on the cake was the inaugural FIFA Club World Cup, in 2008.

He has no dearth of endorsements and has won countless individual prizes, capped by the 2010 PFA Players' Player of the Year award conferred on him, in April, 2010.

Goal-scoring Ability

Statistics don't often tell the whole truth, but they usually give broad indications of any existing trend. In Rooney's case, the trend, if we can call it that, has been overwhelming. Over 145 goals, from about 360 appearances in club football, point to a prolific goal-scoring ability. Rooney's strike rate has only improved in Internationals, where his 55 England caps (as on January, 2010) have resulted in 25 goals.

Comparison with Other Star Strikers

Joining The Debate

Ahead of the FIFA World Cup, there's an ongoing debate about who the world's greatest player is. Argentina's Messi is among the most named. There are also those who root for the likes of Portugal's Christiano Ronaldo. Recently, Carlos Tevez, the Manchester City and Argentina striker, and Rooney's former teammate at Man United, created a stir when he said that Rooney is the best he has ever played against, or alongside. In fact, Tevez categorically stated that Rooney is better than his Argentinian teammate, Messi, as well as the Portugal star striker, Christiano Ronaldo.

Early Bird

At 25, Rooney has over a hundred Premier League appearances and 50-plus England caps. When he turned out for Everton, against Arsenal, in his first Premier League appearance, Rooney established a record - since broken - as the youngest ever to play in the EPL. His goal scored in that match against the defending champions, Arsenal, ended Arsenal's 30-match unbeaten streak. It also made Rooney the youngest ever player to score a goal in the EPL (this record has also been bested, since).

Rooney went on to become the youngest player to earn an England cap - another record, since erased - when he played in a friendly against Australia, in 2003. He became the youngest England player to score an international goal, at Euro 2004. Rooney announced his arrival in tournament action, with a sensational showing that ended, tragically, in the quarter-final against Portugal, when he got injured and was forced to leave the field.

Blazing a Trail

Rooney has spent eight years in football, and has eight trophies to highlight his presence in the football arena, including 3 Premier League titles, and one each in the UEFA Champions League, Community Shield, and Champions Cup. The icing on the cake was the inaugural FIFA Club World Cup, in 2008.

He has no dearth of endorsements and has won countless individual prizes, capped by the 2010 PFA Players' Player of the Year award conferred on him, in April, 2010.

Goal-scoring Ability

Statistics don't often tell the whole truth, but they usually give broad indications of any existing trend. In Rooney's case, the trend, if we can call it that, has been overwhelming. Over 145 goals, from about 360 appearances in club football, point to a prolific goal-scoring ability. Rooney's strike rate has only improved in Internationals, where his 55 England caps (as on January, 2010) have resulted in 25 goals.

Comparison with Other Star Strikers

Joining The Debate

Ahead of the FIFA World Cup, there's an ongoing debate about who the world's greatest player is. Argentina's Messi is among the most named. There are also those who root for the likes of Portugal's Christiano Ronaldo. Recently, Carlos Tevez, the Manchester City and Argentina striker, and Rooney's former teammate at Man United, created a stir when he said that Rooney is the best he has ever played against, or alongside. In fact, Tevez categorically stated that Rooney is better than his Argentinian teammate, Messi, as well as the Portugal star striker, Christiano Ronaldo.

Early Bird

At 25, Rooney has over a hundred Premier League appearances and 50-plus England caps. When he turned out for Everton, against Arsenal, in his first Premier League appearance, Rooney established a record - since broken - as the youngest ever to play in the EPL. His goal scored in that match against the defending champions, Arsenal, ended Arsenal's 30-match unbeaten streak. It also made Rooney the youngest ever player to score a goal in the EPL (this record has also been bested, since).

Rooney went on to become the youngest player to earn an England cap - another record, since erased - when he played in a friendly against Australia, in 2003. He became the youngest England player to score an international goal, at Euro 2004. Rooney announced his arrival in tournament action, with a sensational showing that ended, tragically, in the quarter-final against Portugal, when he got injured and was forced to leave the field.

Blazing a Trail

Rooney has spent eight years in football, and has eight trophies to highlight his presence in the football arena, including 3 Premier League titles, and one each in the UEFA Champions League, Community Shield, and Champions Cup. The icing on the cake was the inaugural FIFA Club World Cup, in 2008.

He has no dearth of endorsements and has won countless individual prizes, capped by the 2010 PFA Players' Player of the Year award conferred on him, in April, 2010.

Goal-scoring Ability

Statistics don't often tell the whole truth, but they usually give broad indications of any existing trend. In Rooney's case, the trend, if we can call it that, has been overwhelming. Over 145 goals, from about 360 appearances in club football, point to a prolific goal-scoring ability. Rooney's strike rate has only improved in Internationals, where his 55 England caps (as on January, 2010) have resulted in 25 goals.

Comparison with Other Star Strikers

Joining The Debate

Ahead of the FIFA World Cup, there's an ongoing debate about who the world's greatest player is. Argentina's Messi is among the most named. There are also those who root for the likes of Portugal's Christiano Ronaldo. Recently, Carlos Tevez, the Manchester City and Argentina striker, and Rooney's former teammate at Man United, created a stir when he said that Rooney is the best he has ever played against, or alongside. In fact, Tevez categorically stated that Rooney is better than his Argentinian teammate, Messi, as well as the Portugal star striker, Christiano Ronaldo.

Early Bird

At 25, Rooney has over a hundred Premier League appearances and 50-plus England caps. When he turned out for Everton, against Arsenal, in his first Premier League appearance, Rooney established a record - since broken - as the youngest ever to play in the EPL. His goal scored in that match against the defending champions, Arsenal, ended Arsenal's 30-match unbeaten streak. It also made Rooney the youngest ever player to score a goal in the EPL (this record has also been bested, since).

Rooney went on to become the youngest player to earn an England cap - another record, since erased - when he played in a friendly against Australia, in 2003. He became the youngest England player to score an international goal, at Euro 2004. Rooney announced his arrival in tournament action, with a sensational showing that ended, tragically, in the quarter-final against Portugal, when he got injured and was forced to leave the field.

Blazing a Trail

Rooney has spent eight years in football, and has eight trophies to highlight his presence in the football arena, including 3 Premier League titles, and one each in the UEFA Champions League, Community Shield, and Champions Cup. The icing on the cake was the inaugural FIFA Club World Cup, in 2008.

He has no dearth of endorsements and has won countless individual prizes, capped by the 2010 PFA Players' Player of the Year award conferred on him, in April, 2010.

Goal-scoring Ability

Statistics don't often tell the whole truth, but they usually give broad indications of any existing trend. In Rooney's case, the trend, if we can call it that, has been overwhelming. Over 145 goals, from about 360 appearances in club football, point to a prolific goal-scoring ability. Rooney's strike rate has only improved in Internationals, where his 55 England caps (as on January, 2010) have resulted in 25 goals.

Comparison with Other Star Strikers

Joining The Debate

Ahead of the FIFA World Cup, there's an ongoing debate about who the world's greatest player is. Argentina's Messi is among the most named. There are also those who root for the likes of Portugal's Christiano Ronaldo. Recently, Carlos Tevez, the Manchester City and Argentina striker, and Rooney's former teammate at Man United, created a stir when he said that Rooney is the best he has ever played against, or alongside. In fact, Tevez categorically stated that Rooney is better than his Argentinian teammate, Messi, as well as the Portugal star striker, Christiano Ronaldo.

Early Bird

At 25, Rooney has over a hundred Premier League appearances and 50-plus England caps. When he turned out for Everton, against Arsenal, in his first Premier League appearance, Rooney established a record - since broken - as the youngest ever to play in the EPL. His goal scored in that match against the defending champions, Arsenal, ended Arsenal's 30-match unbeaten streak. It also made Rooney the youngest ever player to score a goal in the EPL (this record has also been bested, since).

Rooney went on to become the youngest player to earn an England cap - another record, since erased - when he played in a friendly against Australia, in 2003. He became the youngest England player to score an international goal, at Euro 2004. Rooney announced his arrival in tournament action, with a sensational showing that ended, tragically, in the quarter-final against Portugal, when he got injured and was forced to leave the field.

Blazing a Trail

Rooney has spent eight years in football, and has eight trophies to highlight his presence in the football arena, including 3 Premier League titles, and one each in the UEFA Champions League, Community Shield, and Champions Cup. The icing on the cake was the inaugural FIFA Club World Cup, in 2008.

He has no dearth of endorsements and has won countless individual prizes, capped by the 2010 PFA Players' Player of the Year award conferred on him, in April, 2010.

Goal-scoring Ability

Statistics don't often tell the whole truth, but they usually give broad indications of any existing trend. In Rooney's case, the trend, if we can call it that, has been overwhelming. Over 145 goals, from about 360 appearances in club football, point to a prolific goal-scoring ability. Rooney's strike rate has only improved in Internationals, where his 55 England caps (as on January, 2010) have resulted in 25 goals.

Comparison with Other Star Strikers

Joining The Debate

Ahead of the FIFA World Cup, there's an ongoing debate about who the world's greatest player is. Argentina's Messi is among the most named. There are also those who root for the likes of Portugal's Christiano Ronaldo. Recently, Carlos Tevez, the Manchester City and Argentina striker, and Rooney's former teammate at Man United, created a stir when he said that Rooney is the best he has ever played against, or alongside. In fact, Tevez categorically stated that Rooney is better than his Argentinian teammate, Messi, as well as the Portugal star striker, Christiano Ronaldo.

Early Bird

At 25, Rooney has over a hundred Premier League appearances and 50-plus England caps. When he turned out for Everton, against Arsenal, in his first Premier League appearance, Rooney established a record - since broken - as the youngest ever to play in the EPL. His goal scored in that match against the defending champions, Arsenal, ended Arsenal's 30-match unbeaten streak. It also made Rooney the youngest ever player to score a goal in the EPL (this record has also been bested, since).

Rooney went on to become the youngest player to earn an England cap - another record, since erased - when he played in a friendly against Australia, in 2003. He became the youngest England player to score an international goal, at Euro 2004. Rooney announced his arrival in tournament action, with a sensational showing that ended, tragically, in the quarter-final against Portugal, when he got injured and was forced to leave the field.

Blazing a Trail

Rooney has spent eight years in football, and has eight trophies to highlight his presence in the football arena, including 3 Premier League titles, and one each in the UEFA Champions League, Community Shield, and Champions Cup. The icing on the cake was the inaugural FIFA Club World Cup, in 2008.

He has no dearth of endorsements and has won countless individual prizes, capped by the 2010 PFA Players' Player of the Year award conferred on him, in April, 2010.

Goal-scoring Ability

Statistics don't often tell the whole truth, but they usually give broad indications of any existing trend. In Rooney's case, the trend, if we can call it that, has been overwhelming. Over 145 goals, from about 360 appearances in club football, point to a prolific goal-scoring ability. Rooney's strike rate has only improved in Internationals, where his 55 England caps (as on January, 2010) have resulted in 25 goals.

Comparison with Other Star Strikers

Joining The Debate

Ahead of the FIFA World Cup, there's an ongoing debate about who the world's greatest player is. Argentina's Messi is among the most named. There are also those who root for the likes of Portugal's Christiano Ronaldo. Recently, Carlos Tevez, the Manchester City and Argentina striker, and Rooney's former teammate at Man United, created a stir when he said that Rooney is the best he has ever played against, or alongside. In fact, Tevez categorically stated that Rooney is better than his Argentinian teammate, Messi, as well as the Portugal star striker, Christiano Ronaldo.

Early Bird

At 25, Rooney has over a hundred Premier League appearances and 50-plus England caps. When he turned out for Everton, against Arsenal, in his first Premier League appearance, Rooney established a record - since broken - as the youngest ever to play in the EPL. His goal scored in that match against the defending champions, Arsenal, ended Arsenal's 30-match unbeaten streak. It also made Rooney the youngest ever player to score a goal in the EPL (this record has also been bested, since).

Rooney went on to become the youngest player to earn an England cap - another record, since erased - when he played in a friendly against Australia, in 2003. He became the youngest England player to score an international goal, at Euro 2004. Rooney announced his arrival in tournament action, with a sensational showing that ended, tragically, in the quarter-final against Portugal, when he got injured and was forced to leave the field.

Blazing a Trail

Rooney has spent eight years in football, and has eight trophies to highlight his presence in the football arena, including 3 Premier League titles, and one each in the UEFA Champions League, Community Shield, and Champions Cup. The icing on the cake was the inaugural FIFA Club World Cup, in 2008.

He has no dearth of endorsements and has won countless individual prizes, capped by the 2010 PFA Players' Player of the Year award conferred on him, in April, 2010.

Goal-scoring Ability

Statistics don't often tell the whole truth, but they usually give broad indications of any existing trend. In Rooney's case, the trend, if we can call it that, has been overwhelming. Over 145 goals, from about 360 appearances in club football, point to a prolific goal-scoring ability. Rooney's strike rate has only improved in Internationals, where his 55 England caps (as on January, 2010) have resulted in 25 goals.

Comparison with Other Star Strikers

Joining The Debate

Ahead of the FIFA World Cup, there's an ongoing debate about who the world's greatest player is. Argentina's Messi is among the most named. There are also those who root for the likes of Portugal's Christiano Ronaldo. Recently, Carlos Tevez, the Manchester City and Argentina striker, and Rooney's former teammate at Man United, created a stir when he said that Rooney is the best he has ever played against, or alongside. In fact, Tevez categorically stated that Rooney is better than his Argentinian teammate, Messi, as well as the Portugal star striker, Christiano Ronaldo.

Early Bird

At 25, Rooney has over a hundred Premier League appearances and 50-plus England caps. When he turned out for Everton, against Arsenal, in his first Premier League appearance, Rooney established a record - since broken - as the youngest ever to play in the EPL. His goal scored in that match against the defending champions, Arsenal, ended Arsenal's 30-match unbeaten streak. It also made Rooney the youngest ever player to score a goal in the EPL (this record has also been bested, since).

Rooney went on to become the youngest player to earn an England cap - another record, since erased - when he played in a friendly against Australia, in 2003. He became the youngest England player to score an international goal, at Euro 2004. Rooney announced his arrival in tournament action, with a sensational showing that ended, tragically, in the quarter-final against Portugal, when he got injured and was forced to leave the field.

Blazing a Trail

Rooney has spent eight years in football, and has eight trophies to highlight his presence in the football arena, including 3 Premier League titles, and one each in the UEFA Champions League, Community Shield, and Champions Cup. The icing on the cake was the inaugural FIFA Club World Cup, in 2008.

He has no dearth of endorsements and has won countless individual prizes, capped by the 2010 PFA Players' Player of the Year award conferred on him, in April, 2010.

Goal-scoring Ability

Statistics don't often tell the whole truth, but they usually give broad indications of any existing trend. In Rooney's case, the trend, if we can call it that, has been overwhelming. Over 145 goals, from about 360 appearances in club football, point to a prolific goal-scoring ability. Rooney's strike rate has only improved in Internationals, where his 55 England caps (as on January, 2010) have resulted in 25 goals.

Comparison with Other Star Strikers

Joining The Debate

Ahead of the FIFA World Cup, there's an ongoing debate about who the world's greatest player is. Argentina's Messi is among the most named. There are also those who root for the likes of Portugal's Christiano Ronaldo. Recently, Carlos Tevez, the Manchester City and Argentina striker, and Rooney's former teammate at Man United, created a stir when he said that Rooney is the best he has ever played against, or alongside. In fact, Tevez categorically stated that Rooney is better than his Argentinian teammate, Messi, as well as the Portugal star striker, Christiano Ronaldo.

Early Bird

At 25, Rooney has over a hundred Premier League appearances and 50-plus England caps. When he turned out for Everton, against Arsenal, in his first Premier League appearance, Rooney established a record - since broken - as the youngest ever to play in the EPL. His goal scored in that match against the defending champions, Arsenal, ended Arsenal's 30-match unbeaten streak. It also made Rooney the youngest ever player to score a goal in the EPL (this record has also been bested, since).

Rooney went on to become the youngest player to earn an England cap - another record, since erased - when he played in a friendly against Australia, in 2003. He became the youngest England player to score an international goal, at Euro 2004. Rooney announced his arrival in tournament action, with a sensational showing that ended, tragically, in the quarter-final against Portugal, when he got injured and was forced to leave the field.

Blazing a Trail

Rooney has spent eight years in football, and has eight trophies to highlight his presence in the football arena, including 3 Premier League titles, and one each in the UEFA Champions League, Community Shield, and Champions Cup. The icing on the cake was the inaugural FIFA Club World Cup, in 2008.

He has no dearth of endorsements and has won countless individual prizes, capped by the 2010 PFA Players' Player of the Year award conferred on him, in April, 2010.

Goal-scoring Ability

Statistics don't often tell the whole truth, but they usually give broad indications of any existing trend. In Rooney's case, the trend, if we can call it that, has been overwhelming. Over 145 goals, from about 360 appearances in club football, point to a prolific goal-scoring ability. Rooney's strike rate has only improved in Internationals, where his 55 England caps (as on January, 2010) have resulted in 25 goals.

Comparison with Other Star Strikers

Joining The Debate

Ahead of the FIFA World Cup, there's an ongoing debate about who the world's greatest player is. Argentina's Messi is among the most named. There are also those who root for the likes of Portugal's Christiano Ronaldo. Recently, Carlos Tevez, the Manchester City and Argentina striker, and Rooney's former teammate at Man United, created a stir when he said that Rooney is the best he has ever played against, or alongside. In fact, Tevez categorically stated that Rooney is better than his Argentinian teammate, Messi, as well as the Portugal star striker, Christiano Ronaldo.

Early Bird

At 25, Rooney has over a hundred Premier League appearances and 50-plus England caps. When he turned out for Everton, against Arsenal, in his first Premier League appearance, Rooney established a record - since broken - as the youngest ever to play in the EPL. His goal scored in that match against the defending champions, Arsenal, ended Arsenal's 30-match unbeaten streak. It also made Rooney the youngest ever player to score a goal in the EPL (this record has also been bested, since).

Rooney went on to become the youngest player to earn an England cap - another record, since erased - when he played in a friendly against Australia, in 2003. He became the youngest England player to score an international goal, at Euro 2004. Rooney announced his arrival in tournament action, with a sensational showing that ended, tragically, in the quarter-final against Portugal, when he got injured and was forced to leave the field.

Blazing a Trail

Rooney has spent eight years in football, and has eight trophies to highlight his presence in the football arena, including 3 Premier League titles, and one each in the UEFA Champions League, Community Shield, and Champions Cup. The icing on the cake was the inaugural FIFA Club World Cup, in 2008.

He has no dearth of endorsements and has won countless individual prizes, capped by the 2010 PFA Players' Player of the Year award conferred on him, in April, 2010.

Goal-scoring Ability

Statistics don't often tell the whole truth, but they usually give broad indications of any existing trend. In Rooney's case, the trend, if we can call it that, has been overwhelming. Over 145 goals, from about 360 appearances in club football, point to a prolific goal-scoring ability. Rooney's strike rate has only improved in Internationals, where his 55 England caps (as on January, 2010) have resulted in 25 goals.

Comparison with Other Star Strikers

Joining The Debate

Ahead of the FIFA World Cup, there's an ongoing debate about who the world's greatest player is. Argentina's Messi is among the most named. There are also those who root for the likes of Portugal's Christiano Ronaldo. Recently, Carlos Tevez, the Manchester City and Argentina striker, and Rooney's former teammate at Man United, created a stir when he said that Rooney is the best he has ever played against, or alongside. In fact, Tevez categorically stated that Rooney is better than his Argentinian teammate, Messi, as well as the Portugal star striker, Christiano Ronaldo.

Early Bird

At 25, Rooney has over a hundred Premier League appearances and 50-plus England caps. When he turned out for Everton, against Arsenal, in his first Premier League appearance, Rooney established a record - since broken - as the youngest ever to play in the EPL. His goal scored in that match against the defending champions, Arsenal, ended Arsenal's 30-match unbeaten streak. It also made Rooney the youngest ever player to score a goal in the EPL (this record has also been bested, since).

Rooney went on to become the youngest player to earn an England cap - another record, since erased - when he played in a friendly against Australia, in 2003. He became the youngest England player to score an international goal, at Euro 2004. Rooney announced his arrival in tournament action, with a sensational showing that ended, tragically, in the quarter-final against Portugal, when he got injured and was forced to leave the field.

Blazing a Trail

Rooney has spent eight years in football, and has eight trophies to highlight his presence in the football arena, including 3 Premier League titles, and one each in the UEFA Champions League, Community Shield, and Champions Cup. The icing on the cake was the inaugural FIFA Club World Cup, in 2008.

He has no dearth of endorsements and has won countless individual prizes, capped by the 2010 PFA Players' Player of the Year award conferred on him, in April, 2010.

Goal-scoring Ability

Statistics don't often tell the whole truth, but they usually give broad indications of any existing trend. In Rooney's case, the trend, if we can call it that, has been overwhelming. Over 145 goals, from about 360 appearances in club football, point to a prolific goal-scoring ability. Rooney's strike rate has only improved in Internationals, where his 55 England caps (as on January, 2010) have resulted in 25 goals.

Comparison with Other Star Strikers

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