Britain Soccer Football - Norwich City v Manchester United - Barclays Premier League - Carrow Road - 7/5/16. Manchester United's Wayne Rooney in action with Norwich's Martin Olsson. Action Images via Reuters / John Sibley
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Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is facing the biggest fight of his 13 year international career to hold onto his England place going into the European Championships.England's talisman ever since he burst onto the scene as a preternaturally gifted 18-year-old at Euro 2004, Rooney has gone to five major tournaments as one of the first names on the team-sheet.The current campaign has already been a historic one for Rooney, who broke Sir Bobby Charlton's 35-year-old England scoring record in October and now has 51 international goals to his name.He has also moved onto 109 caps, behind only Peter Shilton (125), David Beckham (115) and Steven Gerrard (114) in England's all-time ranking.Rooney admitted as much after England's meek group-stage exit at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
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