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Wayne Rooney shows off his interviewing skills - originally posted on Soccerlens.comManchester United star Wayne Rooney has already started polishing his post-retirement life as a TV presenter.
Ahead of the big friendly game against Brazil, Rooney shows off his interviewing skills as he talks to fullback Leighton Baines and his former Everton teammate Leon Osman.
England are playing their first international fixture of 2013 at the Wembley Stadium. The Brazil game is the first of a series of fixtures to celebrate 150 years of the English FA. Although only pride is at stake, it is an important fixture nonetheless.
The importance of the fixture makes it tough for the Everton duo to be selected. Baines faces competition from Chelsea left-back Ashley Cole, who is set to become only the seventh Englishman to earn 100 caps for the Three Lions.
Osman got his first cap for England in November 2012. He played the full 90 minutes in the 4-2 defeat at the hands of the Ibra XI – Sweden. If...
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Goals from Wayne Rooney and Frank Lampard lifted the Three Lions to victory at WembleyThe post Scolari Return Spoiled As Brazil Suffer 2-1 Loss To England appeared first on The Soccer Daily.
England's victory over Brazil was one for the ages. Well, one for the last quarter-century, at least.
Frank Lampard curled a shot in off the post in the 60th minute Wednesday night to give England its first victory over Brazil since 1990. Wayne Rooney also scored in the 2-1 victory over the five-time world champions.
''We've got to get to Brazil,'' Lampard...
England claimed their first win over Brazil in nearly a quarter of a century as they won 2-1 at Wembley.
On a memorable night, which saw Ashley Cole claim his 100th cap for his country, England went ahead on 27 minutes through Wayne Rooney.
His goal came just moments after Joe Hart had brilliantly kept out Ronaldinho's penalty but, just after the break, Brazil substitute Fred...