Most football clubs in the world are known for their attackers, which has a huge impact on the perception of the fans. Manchester United have good players in many places, but the attackers are known for their large number of fans. Many famous football stars have played as strikers for the club. These strikers played a key role in the team's overall success. Here are the top 7 strikers in Manchester United.
7. Eric Cantona-82 goals
King Eric is a well-known Manchester United player. In 1992, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson signed Eric Cantona from Leeds United. It was a wise decision. Cantonna had a huge impact on Manchester United both on and off the field. Canton was one of the most influential players in his career at Manchester United. In addition to his success on the pitch, Cantona has brought perseverance, determination and some swagger to Old Trafford. For Manchester United, the French international has made 825 appearances in all competitions, scoring 82 goals. He was a four-time Premier League champion.
6. Andy Cole - 121 goals
His talent is reflected in five Premier League medals and one Champions League medal. Andy Cole joined Manchester United from Newcastle United in 1995 and went on to become one of the club's top goalscorers. His relationship with Dwight York was one of the highlights of the 1998-99 United triumph. Cole helped the Red Devils win two games during the 1995-96 season.
5. Ruud Van Nistelrooy -150 goals
Rud van Nistelroy was one of the best strikers in the world when he was at the top of his game, and he was a brilliant striker to his delight. The Dutch international scored 77 goals in all competitions for PSV Eindhoven and Manchester United paid 25. 25.5 million for his services in 2001. Van Nistelroy made a quick impact on Manchester United, scoring his first game against rivals Liverpool in the Charity Shield. . Van Nistelroy has made 219 appearances for Manchester United, scoring 150 goals in five seasons. A.D. He won the Premier League in 2002-03 and won the Premier League Golden Boot. However, in 2006 he joined Real Madrid in the La Liga heavyweight division.
4. George Best - 178 goals
George Best Professional began his career at Manchester United in 1963, making his debut against West Bromwich Albion in the same season. The Irishman is recognized for his dripping ability and natural speed. During his time at Manchester United, he was quoted as saying, "Maradona is good, Pelé is better, George Best." The verse summarizes the best and says a lot about the addition of the group. Outside of Old Trafford, the Holy Trinity, or United Trinity, honors the famous strikers George Best, Dennis Lowe and Bobby Charlton. The Best Ballon d'Or was awarded in 1968, the year United won the European Championship. He played a key role in United's two first division titles. During his time at the club, the Irishman made 176 appearances and scored 178 goals. Best played for 18 clubs during the season but most notably his time at Old Trafford.
3. Dennis Law-237 Goals
Dennis Lowe is considered one of Manchester United's leading pioneers. He joined the club in 1962 and made his debut for West Bromwich Albion the following season. Dennis Lowe was honored with a statue outside of Old Trafford in honor of Manchester United's trio of best strikers with George Best and Bobby Charlton. While they were there, the law deserved this honor because they proved their worth to the club. When he joined the team, he was an English record signing. During his career at Old Trafford, Lowe scored 237 goals in 404 games. He scored four hat-tricks during his time at the club. The Scottish striker has shown a good deal of money in his move to Manchester United from Old Trafford. Dennis Lowe is the first northern player to win our European Player of the Year award. The attacker made all the sacrifices for the team and was one of the best strikers we have ever seen in the world. He holds the record for most goals in a single season (in all competitions).
2. Bobby Charlton-249
Bobby Charlton scored 249 goals during his 17 years at Manchester United, winning three first division titles, the FA Cup and the European Cup. A.D. The Englishman also won the 1966 World Cup before retiring from international service after the 1970 World Cup.
1. Wayne Rooney - 253 goals.
If you're talking about Manchester United, you can't underestimate Wayne Rooney's success. The 13-year-old England international, who won the Champions League final against Chelsea in 2007, has had many memorable experiences. He is one of Sir Alex Ferguson's key players and has helped United win five Premier League titles. Rooney surpassed Sir Bobby Charlton's goalscoring record to become United's all-time leading scorer. Players can come and go but no one can match Rooney's success.
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