- Wayne Rooney still has plenty to prove, despite England goal record
- Japan's Kunishige Kamamoto struck 75 in 76; Gabriel Batistuta netted 56 times in 78 appearances; Didier Drogba reached 65 in 104 games. All of these players – and lots of others – boast superior goals per game rates at international level to Rooney.
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- Wayne Rooney equalled Sir Bobby Charlton's international scoring record on Saturday after dispatching his penalty against San Marino. His 13th-minute strike was his 49th in an England shirt and put him on course to better Charlton's total when England ...
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- Wayne Rooney's penalty against Switzerland on Tuesday night not only lifted him past Sir Bobby Charlton's record of 49 England goals, it also made him part of an illustrious club.
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- However, he still has a long way to go to catch the top goalscorers on the international stage, led by Iran legend Ali Daei.
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- With 42 international strikes to his name, the 55-goal haul of Kazu Miura (still playing club football at 48) is just about catchable, though Kunishige Kamamoto's 80-goal tally is not.
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