England and Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is the joint second highest scorer in the Premier league history along with former United Legend Andy Cole.
Rooney currently with 187 goals will be looking to add to his tally and become the second highest goal scorer in the history of the English premiership behind Alan Shearer.
Rooney is delighted to have equalled Cole’s goal scoring record and will be delighted to surpass that record soon.
Shearer achieved this high feet playing for Blackburn Rovers with whom he won the Premier league and Newcastle United while Andy Cole represented Newcastle United, Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers, Fulham, Manchester City and Portsmouth.
Rooney got to this level playing for only Everton and Manchester United and will be eyeing Alen Shearer’s record as the all-time leading scorer although his age and his drop in form may make the task of breaking Shearer’s record a daunting one though.
But according to the Metro, no player in the history of the Barclays Premier league has scored more goals than Rooney at age 30, Rooney beat legends like Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry to the highest scorers chat at age 30, but both players went on to score few more goals after age 30. Shearer has scored 176 goals at 30 and later scored 84 more goals after turning 30.