Wayne Rooney's record-breaking England career in pictures

Having made his debut in a friendly defeat to Australia in February 2003, Rooney became his country's youngest-ever goalscorer in a Euro 2004 qualifying match in Skopje. Photo: Getty Images
The 18-year-old lit up the EURO 2004 by bulldozing past opponents at will. He scored four goals in the tournament, including two against Croatia in the group stages. Photo: Getty Images
After England's failure to defeat Croatia which forced it out of EURO 2008, Rooney's goal ensured that a repeat result wouldn't halt the Three Lions' procession into World Cup 2010. Photo: Getty Images
Having been suspended for England's opening two matches, Rooney made the telling impact in a tough game against the host nation, nodding the ball home from a Steven Gerrard free-kick three minutes after half-time. Photo: Getty Images
Rooney scored from the spot to go past Sir Bobby Charlton's long-held goal scoring record for the Three Lions. He ended his career with 53 goals. Photo: Getty Images