England football legend Wayne Rooney praised his homeland's "fantastic" World Cup effort on Monday, cheering the buzz and belief their semi-final run in Russia has inspired.
England record goalscorer Wayne Rooney has left Everton for a move to North American team DC United.
Rooney, 32, has already held talks with the Washington franchise over a reported $17 million transfer just a year after returning to Goodison Park from Manchester United.
England's all-time record goalscorer with 53 in 119 caps from 2003 through 2016, has netted 10 times for Everton this season.
Wayne Rooney's hat-trick was instrumental in Everton registering their 2nd win from 13 matches.
Liverpool's defeat -- their first in 10 league games against Spurs -- also saw them become only the sixth team to have conceded over 1,000 goals since the Premier League was launched in 1992.
While Ronald Koeman will be relieved to avoid a fifth defeat in Everton's last six Premier League games, the Toffees once again looked poor for long periods and remain without an away win since January.
Now, Coleen, 31, who is pregnant with her fourth child, has revealed that she will be eating her own placenta as it offers a nutritious boost to mothers post delivery.
Wayne Rooney, 31, made no comment as he was confronted by a media scrum outside the court.
Last month, Rooney called time on his international football with immediate effect. He took the call on his retirement despite England manager Gareth Southgate telling him he had earned a recall. The 31-year-old scored 53 goals in 119 appearances for England.
The English football superstar has scored 53 goals in 119 appearances for England.
Manchester United, Huddersfield Town and West Bromwich Albion now are the only teams to boast the only 100 percent records in the Premier League 2017/18.
Wayne Rooney signed a two year contract with Everton bringing the curtain down on 13 trophy-laden years at Manchester United.
Cristiano Ronaldo, who has played in the Portuguese Primeira Liga, the Premier League, and La Liga, took his tally to 365 goals across the top European leagues after his double against Las Palmas in La Liga on Wednesday night.
"I hope I will play a full part in helping the team in its fight for success on four fronts," Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney said in his statement
Wayne Rooney, who plays as a forward, is Manchester United's record goal-scorer.
Alex Ferguson coached Manchester United from 1986 to 2013 and also brought in Wayne Rooney from Everton in 2004.
Wayne Rooney surpassed Bobby Charlton's tally of 249 goals for Manchester United when he struck with a superb effort deep into stoppage-time at the Britannia Stadium.