LONDON — A look at Wayne Rooney’s England career year-by-year as the striker retires from international duty.


2003

Becomes the youngest player to play for England at 17 years and 111 days in a friendly loss to Australia in February — a record eclipsed by Theo Walcott in 2006.

Scores first England goal in September in a 2-1 away win over Macedonia in a Euro 2004 qualifier.


2004

Scores four goals at Euro 2004, but injures foot in quarterfinal loss to host Portugal.

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2006

Faces a fitness race ahead of the 2006 World Cup in Germany after injuring his foot in a Premier League game for Manchester United. Despite being fit, fails to score in the group stages. Sent off in the quarterfinal loss to Portugal for stamping on Ricardo Carvalho.


2007

Misses out on Euro 2008 as England finish third in their qualifying group behind Croatia and Russia.


2008

After scoring only five goals in the previous three years, Rooney scores three in three matches in September and October at the start of 2010 World Cup qualifying.


2009

Top-scores for England during 2010 World Cup qualifying with nine goals. Captains England for first time in a friendly against Brazil.


2010

Criticizes fans for booing the England players after a 0-0 draw with Algeria in the second group match at the World Cup. England eliminated after losing 4-1 to Germany in the round of 16, with Rooney scoreless through the tournament.


2011

Sent off in a Euro 2012 qualifier against Montenegro for a foul on Miodrag Dzudovic and is banned for two games at the finals.


2012

After missing games against France and Sweden at Euro 2012, scores the only goal of the final group game with Ukraine to enable England to progress to the quarterfinals. England knocked out after losing a penalty shootout to Italy, despite Rooney netting his spot kick.

In September, captains England in a competitive match for the first time, scoring twice in a 2014 World Cup qualifier against San Marino.


2013

Scores against Brazil twice, the first a 2-1 win at Wembley and the second in a 2-2 draw in Rio de Janeiro.


2014

Scores his first and only goal at a World Cup against Uruguay but England knocked out after finishing last in group.

Following Steven Gerrard’s international retirement after the World Cup, Rooney named full-time England captain by Roy Hodgson.

Wins his 100th England cap in November and scores a penalty as England beats Slovenia in a Euro 2016 qualifier.


2015

Breaks Bobby Charlton’s England scoring record in September with his 50th goal in a Euro 2016 qualifier against Switzerland.


2016

Scores the only goal as England loses 2-1 to Iceland in the round of 16 upset at Euro 2016.

Earns his 116th cap in September to make him England’s most-capped outfield player, surpassing David Beckham. Plays three more times with a game against Scotland in November turning out to be his last in an England jersey.


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