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Wayne Rooney's highs and lows with England

Wayne Rooney has retired from international football after 119 appearances. Here we look at the highs and lows of his England career.
HIGH: Wayne becomes the youngest player to play for England in February 2003 at 17 years and 111 days in a friendly defeat against Australia.
becomes the youngest player to play for England in February 2003 at 17 years and 111 days in a friendly defeat against Australia.ALLSPORT/Getty Images
HIGH: In September 2003, at 17 years and 317 days, Rooney becomes the youngest player to score for England in a match against Macedonia.
In September of that year, at 17 years and 317 days, becomes youngest player to score for England in a Euro 2004 qualifying match against Macedonia.PA
LOW: Wayne's shown a red card in the 2006 World Cup quarter-final defeat to Portugal for stamping on Ricardo Carvalho.
LOW: Wayne's shown a red card in the 2006 World Cup quarter-final defeat to Portugal for stamping on Ricardo Carvalho.PA
HIGH: He captained England for first time in 2009 in a friendly against Brazil.
HIGH - Captains England for first time in 2009 in a friendly against Brazil.AFP/Getty Images
LOW: Rooney criticises fans for booing the England players after a 0-0 draw with Algeria in the second group match at the 2010 World Cup. He later apologises for his actions.
LOW - Criticises fans for booing the England players after a 0-0 draw with Algeria in the second group match at the 2010 World Cup. Subsequently apologises for his actions.Reuters
HIGH: In September 2015, Wayne breaks Bobby Charlton's (pictured left) England scoring record with his 50th goal in a match against Switzerland.
HIGH: In September 2015, Wayne breaks Bobby Charlton's England scoring record with his 50th goal in a match against Switzerland.AFP
LOW: Despite Rooney scoring the opening goal, England lose 2-1 to Iceland and are knocked out of the Euro 2016 tournament.
LOW - Despite Rooney scoring the opening goal, England lose 2-1 to Iceland in the knockout stages to bow out of Euro 2016.AFP
HIGH: He makes his 116th appearance in September 2016 to make him England's most-capped outfield player.
HIGH - Earns his 116th cap in September 2016 to make him England's most-capped outfield player.PA
LOW: Rooney is dropped from the England squad by new manager Gareth Southgate (pictured right) for matches against Scotland and France in June 2017.
LOW: Rooney is dropped from the England squad by new manager Gareth Southgate for matches against Scotland and France in June 2017.AFP
THE END: After 119 England appearances and 53 goals, Rooney retires from international football. He said playing for his national team "was a real privilege but I believe now is the time to bow out."
After 119 England appearances and 53 goals, Rooney retires from international football. He said playing for his national team " was a real privilege but I believe now is the time to bow out."Reuters