Wayne Rooney Ripped On Twitter For 'Terrible' Shot During Europa League Qualifier

Wayne Rooney Ripped On Twitter For 'Terrible' Shot During Europa League Qualifier

Wayne Rooney Ripped On Twitter For 'Terrible' Shot During Europa League Qualifier

Wayne Rooney basked in a successful and emotional homecoming with Everton on Thursday but admitted that he is glad the occasion is now behind him.

Rooney won the Champions League and Europa League during his trophy-filled spell with Manchester United, but the visit of Slovakian side Ruzomberok to Goodison Park will still rank as one of the more memorable moments of the 31-year-old's glittering career.

As for Rooney, the less said about his performance the better.

"I am very happy and really pleased with how my debut went. I've done that now and can get down to focusing more on the football". "But I think the whole team was".

"It would be great if we could get a few of us scoring the goals this season, but we will wait and see how that pans out and just keep working hard".

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Ronald Koeman's side managed to scrape a 1-0 win after Leighton Baines' deflected strike gave the Blues a first-leg advantage ahead of next week's trip to Slovakia, but one moment in particular was a huge talking point on Twitter.

"The most important thing is making sure we are right for the start of the season, getting pre-season under our belts", the striker added.

Rather surprisingly however, he started the match against Ružomberok, despite Jonjoe Kenny featuring and impressing in pre-season.

Good to see you back at goodison Wayne, I thought last nights game was a bit boring, thought we sat back to much.

"It was a full 90 minutes for everyone and we will be better next week for that".

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