Wayne Rooney issues Man United rallying cry ahead of Swansea clash

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney wants Red Devils to transfer European form into Premier League

Wayne Rooney has urged Manchester United to carry their Champions League form into the Premier League.

The Red Devils booked their place in Thursday’s Champions League draw after a 4-0 victory over Club Brugge in the second leg of their play-off clash last night.

Rooney scored a 57-minute hat-trick to end his goalless start to the season and help the three-time European champions wrap up a 7-1 aggregate victory over Brugge.

And the United captain took to Twitter on Thursday morning to issue his team-mates with a rallying cry ahead of their trip to Swansea City on Sunday afternoon.

United skipper Rooney failed to score in United’s opening three Premier League games of the season against Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa and Newcastle United.

MORE: Read the latest Man United player tweets

The Red Devils have collected a respectable seven points from their opening three Premier League games this term ahead of their trip to Liberty Stadium this weekend.

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