ROONEY Breaks Mancheser United Goalscoring record Top 10 Goal Scorers Of Man Utd

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ROONEY Breaks Mancheser United Goalscoring record surpass Manchester United Legend sir bobby Charlton of 250 goals Top 10 Goal Scorers Of Man Utd

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here are the top 10 scorers of manchester united of all time

10. PAUL SCHOLES

 

Goals 155 | Games 718
United’s third highest appearance-maker and a member of the famed Class of ’92, Scholes spent his entire career with the Reds. His eye for goal was evident from the start when he netted twice on his debut and he ended his trophy-laden tenure in United’s top ten scoring list.

 
 
9. MARK HUGHES

 

Goals 163 | Games 467
A real fans’ favourite, ‘Sparky’ amassed his impressive goal haul during two separate spells with the club. Hughes was a brave, determined and powerful striker who netted some spectacular strikes, most famously his volleyed injury-time equaliser against Oldham at Wembley to keep the ’94 Double dream alive.

 
 
7=. RYAN GIGGS

 

Goals 168 | Games 963
After being credited with the winner on his first start in 1990/91, against Manchester City, the United legend went on to score in every season until his final year as a player. Unfortunately, his proud record was ended when Eldin Jakupovic made a fine save to tip over his free-kick on his final appearance vs Hull.

 
 
7=. JOE SPENCE

 

Goals 168 | Games 510 (front row, third left)
A ex-miner who also served in the Army, Spence was the first player to reach 500 club appearances and was a hugely popular figure. He was awarded benefit matches in 1924 and 1929 after he top-scored in five seasons between 1919/20 and 1931/32, serving with distinction for 14 years.

 
 
5=. GEORGE BEST

 

Goals 179 | Games 470
Bestie sits near the top of the scoring charts, despite not being an out-and-out frontman. It says much about the extraordinary talents of a player who many regard as the greatest of them all.

 
 
5=. DENNIS VIOLLET

 

Goals 179 | Games 293
After escaping from the Munich air disaster with minor head injuries, the prolific Manchester-born striker hit 32 league goals in 1959/60, a tally which has never been bettered by anyone in red.

 
 
4. JACK ROWLEY

 

Goals 211 | Games 424
Only Giggs, Gary Neville and Paul Scholes have enjoyed longer first-team careers than Rowley’s 17 years and 199 days. He scored 12 hat-tricks, and twice set the club record for goals in a league season with 25 (1946/47) and 30 (1951/52). He was a goal-machine.

 
 
3. DENIS LAW

 

Goals 237 | Games 404
The Lawman, The King – Denis Law was idolised in the Stretford End and beyond for his unerring scoring exploits. A spiky, loveable character, he was revered precisely because he was capable of scoring 46 goals in season 1963/64, earning him the Ballon d’Or, while in six of 11 seasons he hit 20 goals or more.

2=. SIR BOBBY CHARLTON

Goals 249 | Games 748
The fact that Charlton has remained right at the top of this elite list for so long (41 years) is testament to the scale of his monumental tally, especially for a player who played much of his career in midfield. He is simply incredible, scoring in every one of his 17 seasons in the first team.

 
 
1=. WAYNE ROONEY

 

Goals 250 | Games 542
After breaking Sir Bobby Charlton’s scoring record for England, our talismanic captain breaks the legend’s club tally by netting the crucial equaliser against stoke city in the stoppage time in premier league on 21st january 2017,

 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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