Wayne Rooney: Everton forward ‘under-appreciated’, says Gary Lineker


Wayne Rooney has scored twice in two Premier League games for Everton this season

Wayne Rooney is “under-appreciated” despite being one of the 10 best British players ever, says former England striker Gary Lineker.

Everton forward Rooney, 31, scored his 200th Premier League goal in Monday’s 1-1 draw at Manchester City.

He is the all-time leading scorer for both England – with 53 – and Manchester United, for whom he scored 253 times in all competitions over 13 years.

“He’s been a great player for English football,” said Lineker.

When asked whether former England captain Rooney was under-appreciated, Match of the Day presenter Lineker said: “He probably is. He’d be [one of Britain’s] top 10 ever – he’s had a marvellous career.”

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Wayne Rooney scored four goals at Euro 2004 before injury in the quarter-final loss to Portugal

Lineker added Rooney – overlooked by England manager Gareth Southgate for matches against Scotland…

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