Wayne Rooney is all set to win his 120th and final (you'd assume) international cap when he turns out for England one last time at Wembley.
Having called time on his Three Lions tenure two years ago, Rooney returns for one night only with a brief cameo appearance against the United States designed by the English Football Association to wish the striker a fond farewell.
What better way to mark the occasion then chart the evolution of England's record goal scorer, all the way from teenage tyro to...
Wayne Rooney will wear the No. 10 shirt and captain's armband when he comes on for his final England appearance in Thursday's friendly with the United States, manager Gareth Southgate said.
"The players are very keen that Wayne wears the No. 10 and we believe that is a fitting tribute," Southgate told a news conference on Wednesday.
"All of our group have huge respect for Wayne and they feel that it is fitting that his last game should be in the No. 10," added the England manager.
Rooney, who now...
BURTON, England -- Wayne Rooney admits it will be hard to control his emotions when he returns for a farewell appearance for England at Wembley.
The D.C. United forward will win his 120th England cap on Thursday in his first appearance since announcing his retirement two years ago, in the friendly with the United States at Wembley.
Rooney, 33, is England's all-time leading scorer with 53 goals and admitted it was a big moment when he broke the record with a penalty against Switzerland in September...