Wayne Rooney applauds the fans while playing for England during his final ever game for his country in their 3-0 victory over the USA, Wembley, 15 November 2018.

Can you name England’s XI from Wayne Rooney’s last game in 2018?

Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney was England’s all-time leading goalscorer until 2023, with the last of his 120 caps coming in a friendly against the USA in 2018.

It was a special match organised to honour the legendary striker and raise funds for his newly formed Wayne Rooney Foundation.

He came out of international retirement for the match, having decided to step away from the international scene in 2017 despite Gareth Southgate’s attempts to recall him into the setup.

The players will have taken on board Wayne Rooney’s humility, even after everything he has given to the game,” Southgate told the BBC after the match.

He mucked in during training and worked hard in the five-a-sides and in the game, he was tracking back.

“We’ve got really good competition for places and it was a good test for them.”

“We wanted to use this game to look at young players, we had a glimpse of the future, and were able to get Wayne on to show some wonderful touches”

A friendly, the game featured a number of debutants and obscure players, some of whom have made barely any England appearances since. So can you name the starting XI from that match?

It won’t be the easiest, so here’s a hint: Rooney didn’t start.

After you’ve done that, why not try to name every player capped by Gareth Southgate for England. Somehow that’s even harder than this challenge – but these 11, plus Rooney, will give you a decent starting point.

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