It's common knowledge that the Manchester giants are struggling on the defensive front as they have struggled to keep clean sheets and have conceded 21 goals in the Premier League already.
While Rooney didn't seal his swansong with a goal, his half-hour cameo in the second half was a fitting way to bring down the curtain on his worldwide career.
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"He was persistent with it, and I literally lifted it and moved it on".
"I just came back home, it was like I didn't really leave - I just went on holiday". "But I have been back there a few times and I will be back over the Christmas period, at a game to watch them".
"Myself as a coach I need to learn a lot and for that reason I think I will go to Manchester and Mourinho to ask him a lot of things", the Argentina great said.
First capped in 2003, Rooney finishes his Three Lions career with 120 caps, the second-most in England history behind Peter Shilton's 125 and the most for an outfield player. Get the ball, lay it off, get in the box.
"That's what I did the next game, got the ball, played one or two touch, and I think I scored a hat-trick against Bolton away. I remember sitting there thinking: 'It can't be that simple!' That's always stuck me when I've gone through hard moments".