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The son of the former England legend will follow in his father’s footsteps after scoring four in a youth match


The former son of England legends will follow in his father's footsteps after scoring four in a youth match

Like father Like Son

Over the years Wayne Rooney got used to scoring goals, occupying a position as one of the best strikers in world football and a brilliant goal scorer.

The forward, still England’s record scorer at 53, scored 253 goals and provided 146 assists in 559 games for the Red Devils.

This was enough to include him in their history books as their top scorer, although he left the club at just 32 years old after 12 seasons with Manchester’s red half.

Now, it seems that his son could follow in his father’s gigantic footsteps, despite being only 11 years old.

Playing for Manchester United’s under-12s in a decisive match with club rivals Liverpool, Kai Rooney (just 11) ended up on the losing end of a nine-goal thriller at the youth level.

However, the forward was able to score all four of his team’s goals, as he proudly showed on his Instagram story.

Of course, a lot will be expected of anyone bearing the Rooney name, especially if he continues to set his own bar as high as he did yesterday.

However, if he continues to serve (as an 11-year-old!) On his father’s older side, he will be a firm favorite of the Manchester United faithful, who love nothing more than the local talent leading the way for the Devils. Reds.

Of course, this is all incredibly premature, but it seems like Wayne Rooney is almost as good a coach as he is a player.

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2 Liverpool FC 7 eleven fifteen
3 Manchester city 7 eleven 14
4 United manchester 7 8 14
5 Everton FC 7 5 14
6 Brighton and Hove Albion 7 3 14
7 Brentford fc 7 4 12
8 Tottenham Hotspur 7 -4 12
9 West Ham United 7 4 eleven
10 Aston Villa 7 1 10
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12 Wolverhampton Wanderers 7 -1 9
13 Leicester City 7 -3 8
14 crystal Palace 7 -3 7
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sixteen Leeds United 7 -7 6
17 Southampton FC 7 -5 4
18 FC Burnley 7 -6 3
19 Newcastle united 7 -8 3
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