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Wayne Rooney believes he will replace Bobby Charlton as England's record scorer before too long but knows that unless the national team win another trophy he will remain in the shadow of the 1966 world champions.Appointed England captain at the start of this season, Rooney is expected to win his 100th cap in the Euro 2016 qualifier against Slovenia at Wembley Saturday.Rooney, who has 43 international goals, says in an interview in Saturday's match program that winning a tournament, which England have only done in 1966 when they beat West Germany in the World Cup final at Wembley, is what matters most.
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