Photo: Man United’s Wayne Rooney still desperate to win FA Cup

Wayne Rooney reflects on his first FA Cup goal

Wayne Rooney says he is desperate to win the FA Cup after the Manchester United captain posted a photo of his first goal in the competition from 2005.

The Red Devils captain is expected to lead out his team-mates for their clash against League Two outfit Cambridge United at Abbey Stadium on Friday night.

Rooney scored his first FA Cup just over 10 years ago as United were 2-0 winners against Exeter City after the non-league side had remarkably forced a replay.

Sir Alex Ferguson’s side went on to reach the FA Cup final, and although Rooney converted his spot-kick in the penalty shootout, Paul Scholes’ miss handed Arsenal the trophy.

However, the 29-year-old hasn’t given up hope of winning the only major trophy missing from his collection, taking to Facebook to issue a rallying cry.

Striker Rooney has scored eight goals in 17 appearances in all competitions for Van Gaal’s side this season.

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