Date: 7th April 2011 at 12:45am
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With the storm surrounding him, it’s good to see Wayne Rooney can still have fun.

Having scored the goal that gave Manchester United a lead going into the second leg of the Champions League quarter final, the striker celebrated in style.

A remarkable player and even better dancer, Wayne decided to break dance to celebrate what would prove to be United’s winner.

Wayne has really come into his own in the past few weeks and it’s been just as we needed ┬áhim to. Hope to see some more moves from Wayne in the coming weeks!


9 responses to “PHOTO: Rooney celebrates his goal against Chelsea in style”

  1. Sam says:


  2. ManUtotheCore says:

    Seems Rooney is gonna have a side job celebrations for EA and KONAMI!

  3. ManUTDtotheCore says:

    Just Super from Rooney

  4. Chudi says:

    Top performance from him tonight, was well impressed!

  5. Ryan says:

    loved fergie bringing on nani today too. showed confidence. attacking player. AND how about valencia – looked pretty good at RB!

  6. james holden says:

    That definitely looked like a celebration right off fifa. He was immense tonight. I love the fact he’s been able to roam and be creative the last few weeks. I think that’s one of the reasons he’s found his form. Valencia was immense too! What a performance at Rb. Though I have to say carrick played the his game of the season, he was awesome with giggs too.

    It’s not over but its definitely in our hands now.

  7. Elvino says:

    Eat your words to those who had so little faith Rooney behind the troubles some of us knew he would break through again now go sell yourself as a supporter and find the true meaning of being a United! Supporter

  8. jose says:

    Ferdy back, park back. Antonio back. Hernanedz, Rooney and Berba all on fire, and carrick showing the form we know he’s capable of. I’n now looking forward to squeaky bum time.

  9. Yosh says:

    don’t think anyone will be in a hurry to replicate that. lol Good on the fella though. Not long till he is forgiven.