Wayne Rooney has called time on his England career after 53 goals in 119 matches for his country.
Yahoo Sport looks back at his international peaks and troughs
HIGH – Becomes the youngest player to play for England in February 2003 at 17 years and 111 days in a friendly defeat against Australia.
HIGH – In September of that year, at 17 years and 317 days, becomes youngest player to score for England with the equaliser in a 2-1 away win over Macedonia in a Euro 2004 qualifying match.
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HIGH – Sets the record for the youngest scorer in finals history with two in the 3-0 win over Switzerland at Euro 2004 in Portugal, only to see the record broken four days later. Goes on to score twice in England’s final group match, a 4-2 win over Croatia.
LOW – Suffers a foot injury as England lose their Euro 2004 quarter-final to hosts Portugal in a penalty shoot-out.
LOW – Faces a fitness race ahead of the 2006 World Cup in Germany after injuring his foot in a Premier League game for Manchester United. Despite being fit, he fails to score in the group stages.
LOW – Is shown a red card in the quarter-final defeat to Portugal for stamping on Ricardo Carvalho, also becoming involved in an altercation with United team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo following the incident. To add insult to injury England lose on penalties and Rooney is fined by FIFA.
LOW – Misses out on Euro 2008 as England finish third in their qualifying group behind Croatia and Russia.
HIGH – Top-scores for England during the 2010 World Cup qualifiers with nine goals.
HIGH – Captains England for first time in 2009 in a friendly against Brazil.
LOW – Criticises fans for booing the England players after a 0-0 draw with Algeria in the second group match at the 2010 World Cup. Subsequently apologises for his actions.
LOW – England are eliminated after losing 4-1 to Germany in the second round, with Rooney scoreless through the tournament.
LOW – Sent off in a Euro 2010 qualifier against Montenegro for a foul on Miodrag Dzudovic and banned for the first three games of the finals in Poland and Ukraine, subsequently reduced to two on appeal.
HIGH – After missing games against France and Sweden, scores the only goal of the final group game with Ukraine to enable England to progress to the quarter-finals.
LOW – England are knocked out after losing a penalty shoot-out 4-2 to Italy, despite Rooney netting his spot-kick.
HIGH – Captains England in a competitive match for the first time, scoring twice in a 2014 World Cup qualifier against San Marino.
HIGH – Scores against Brazil twice in 2013, the first a 2-1 win at Wembley and the second in a 2-2 draw during the official reopening of the refurbished Maracana Stadium.
LOW – England are eliminated from the 2014 World Cup in Brazil after finishing last in their group, losing to Italy and Uruguay and drawing with Costa Rica.
HIGH – Following Steven Gerrard’s international retirement, is named as England’s full-time captain by Roy Hodgson. He scored the only goal against Norway in a friendly.
HIGH – Wins his 100th England cap in November 2014 and scores a penalty as England defeat Slovenia in a Euro 2016 qualifier.
HIGH – In September 2015, breaks Bobby Charlton’s England scoring record with his 50th goal in a Euro 2016 qualifying match against Switzerland.
LOW – Despite Rooney scoring the opening goal, England lose 2-1 to Iceland in the knockout stages to bow out of Euro 2016.
HIGH – Earns his 116th cap in September 2016 to make him England’s most-capped outfield player.