Man United legend Wayne Rooney ‘not achieved’ and Harry Kane breaks England goal scoring record


Manchester United and England legend Wayne Rooney “Unprofessional” and “never achieved his full potential” in his elite playing career.

According to former Chelsea player Jason Kundy, Harry Kane has backed England’s Rooney goal scoring record “breeze”.

The 35-year-old former striker became United’s all-time record-setting goalkeeper, surpassing legendary Sir Bobby Charlton before leaving the club in 2017.

Rooney, England’s second-highest cap after Peter Shilton, became Charlotte’s all-time leading scorer for the triple lions.

However, Kundi now claims that it is not “hard” to suggest that the former England captain failed to increase his full potential.

The 51-year-old Pandit added that England should be more towards “60, 70, maybe 80” goals as Rooney scored 53 goals.

Kundi told TalkSport: “He didn’t. How on earth could Harry Kane be Rooney’s touch point? How could he be so close? He’s going to overtake Rooney.

“He’s not a better player than Rooney. I think Rooney has not achieved his full potential. Wayne Rooney needs 60, 70, maybe 80 goals for England.

“Kane never played anywhere near [amount of] Games like Rooney, but he’s going to make it a breeze.

“That record [Sir] Bobby Charlton has stood for 40 years and Wayne Rooney is going to hold this record for just five, six, seven years.

“Kane gets to the absolute maximum with his ability, Rooney, I don’t think. It sounds tough because he’s accomplished in the game, but I don’t think it’s that hard. I really believe that.”

Tottenham striker Kane has scored 40 times for England and is currently joint fifth with Michael Owen.



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