Manchester United captain and England’s top goal scorer, Wayne Rooney has turned 30 today! Lovingly termed as ‘The White Pele’in the football world, captain Wazza has always been favourite among the fans for his goals, comments, controversies and what not.

Today, we take a look at some of his top tweets – 

1) This tweet went wild all over the internet, indeed a great one there! 

Hi rio.

 

2) Wayne surely has a good sense of humour, isn’t it!? 

3) Apart from being hilarious, captain Wazza loves banter, too. 

 

4) Rooney doesn’t spare anyone, not even Gary Neville! 

 

 

 

5) He ain’t bad with the hashtags too! 

 

6) This is what happens when you mess with Rooney! 

 

7) Gotta love Wayne for this! 

 

Wazza is indeed a hit on Twitter, the fans surely love his tweets. 
Happy birthday, captain Waynetastic! 

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