WASHINGTON, July 10 ― England and Manchester United top career goalscorer Wayne Rooney praised his homeland's "fantastic" World Cup effort yesterday, cheering the buzz and belief their semi-final run in Russian Federation has inspired.
According to Manchester Evening News, Wayne said: "They are doing fantastic".
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"I've seen the videos back home and the atmosphere looks great so, no, I'm sure if we get through tomorrow it'll be wild then the next four or five days".
Rooney, England's all-time top goalscorer, would have harboured ambitions to be in Gareth Southgate's World Cup squad at the start of the qualifying campaign. There are billions watching it. "Hopefully we can get through and go on to the final".
"For the players and Gareth, I wish them massive good luck". They are making us all proud.
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Israel shoots down Syrian drone with Patriot missile
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'Hopefully they can get that one step further and get to the final and bring the Cup home. It played a big part in me coming here.
The Jamaican global, who only managed a combined 23 starts over the last two seasons with the Timbers, has been enjoying increased opportunities in the U.S. capital, but that might soon change with the arrival of Rooney, who is now training with the team in an effort to return to fitness.
A honeymooning couple have had their holiday end in tragedy after a zip lining adventure in Honduras turned fatal. The boy died at the scene and his wife was taken to the hospital of the city of Fort Lauderdale, state of Florida.
Despite saving three match points in the last game, it was nearly inevitable the match would end with a Kyrgios unforced error. Gulbis, ranked 130 and who came through qualifying, had shocked fourth seeded German Alexander Zverev in the third round.
The line of wine from manufacturers Lot18 and MGM was canceled just hours after it was officially revealed and went on sale. The label for a 2017 Pays d'Oc pinot noir inspired by Offred describes the wine as "rich and complex".
As in April, the projection incorporates an estimate of the impact of trade uncertainty on Canadian investment and exports. The Bank of Canada is widely expected to raise its trend-setting interest rate today for the first time in six months.
The RPWS instrument was built by the University of Iowa, working with team members from the USA and several European countries. The Cassini-Huygens mission is a cooperative project of NASA, ESA (European Space Agency) and the Italian Space Agency.
Over 7,000 rhinos have been killed and their tusks poached in the last decade, with nine killed just this year. Once the remains were spotted in the lion enclosure, an anti-poaching team was dispatched to the scene.
The 1st meteorite was found after 5 days of walking and scouring a landscape of sand, thick tall grass, shrubs and thorn bushes. Members of the search team that found a meteorite fragment from the asteroid 2018 LA point to the fallen space rock.
Roger Federer crashed out of Wimbledon after a marathon five-set shoot-out with big-serving Kevin Anderson in the quarter-finals. That initial burst gave Federer 34 successive sets won at Wimbledon, equalling his own record set between 2005 and 2006.
BBC's Stephen Nolan earned more than £400,000 previous year
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Many are using some of those funds for missions in Iraq and Afghanistan that are of critical import to the United States. Germany now spends about 1.2 percent, while the US spends about 3.6 percent.
Astros send struggling Ken Giles to minors
However, he proceeded to allow three consecutive singles and was pulled from the contest without retiring a single batter. It has been a season of woe so far for Giles, whom the Astros have entrusted the closer role.
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Yuan, Aussie hit as USA threatens more tariffs on China
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Netflix series calls Rajiv Gandhi a pu$$y
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