Rooney does to critics after 200th goal in the Premier League
Wayne Rooney could be the Monday not resist a sneer from the parts to his detractors. The 31-year-old striker from Everton was against Manchester City and his 200th goal in the Premier League.
“Not bad, for someone who does not fit more and not more about the field can run,” said Rooney.
“It was a beautiful moment for my two goal to make. I think the ‘red’ part of Manchester, they could enjoy,” said Rooney, who was referring to the rivalry between City and his former employer United.
The striker posted a photo on Twitter showing how he is cheering with the hands behind the ears along the supporters of Manchester City runs. A lot of supporters of the home team sticking their middle finger. “Always nice to have some familiar faces to see,” wrote Rooney in the picture.
Always nice to see a few familiar faces ???
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Only Alan Shearer (260 goals) has more goals created in the Premier League. The ex-striker of Newcastle United was Rooney Monday welcome to the ‘club 200’.
Manager Ronald Koeman praised his acquisition after the draw against Manchester City. “He is an experienced player, he can the young guests will learn a lot.”
“We like to win awards and he knows what is needed. Last week against Stoke (1-0 victory by a goal Rooney, ed.) I was very satisfied with his performance. Tonight he showed the cleverness that is needed against a team like City.”
“Rooney made the right decision. I am very happy with him.”
Koeman calls Rooney “teacher for the young players’
The good start from Rooney at Everton possible play the door open for a return in the national team. The attacker is still applicable as the captain of England, dating back to his last international game already from the end of last year.
“I focus myself on Everton,” said Rooney. “But I will no doubt this week with coach Gareth Southgate to go talk and then we see it.”
England plays on the 1st of september against Malta on the 4th of september against Slovakia in the framework of the world cup qualification.