Former captain Wayne Rooney has retired from international football with England.
Here, Press Association Sport’s Tom White reviews Rooney’s international career in numbers.
119 – Appearances for England, the most by an outfield player and only six shy of goalkeeper Peter Shilton’s all-time record.
71 – England wins in which Rooney appeared, with 29 draws and 19 defeats.
53 – Rooney’s England-record goal haul.
7 – Only seven of his goals have come at the final stages of international tournaments, four of them as an 18-year-old at Euro 2004.
1 – He has scored only once at a World Cup, against Uruguay in 2014.
6 – Rooney has played in six major tournaments, with England missing Euro 2008.
22 – He has led England out as captain 22 times, as well as seven other occasions when he has worn the armband for part of a game.
17 – Rooney made his international debut as a substitute in a friendly against Australia in February 2003 aged 17 years and 111 days – an England record at the time, since surpassed by Theo Walcott.
45 – Sir Bobby Charlton held the England scoring record for 45 years before Rooney reached his half-century in 2015.
6 – Rooney played under half a dozen England managers – Sven-Goran Eriksson, Steve McClaren, Fabio Capello, Roy Hodgson, Sam Allardyce and Gareth Southgate.
12 & 2 – Having been famously sent off against Portugal in the 2006 World Cup and again in a Euro 2012 qualifier in Montenegro, Rooney also has 12 yellow cards in his international career.