Rooney, Kane and more: Twitter reacts as Man United star equals England record

England and Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney takes to Twitter after equalling Sir Bobby Charlton's all-time goals tally

Wayne Rooney equalled Sir Bobby Charlton’s record of 49 England goals after the Three Lions were 6-0 winners against San Marino on Saturday night.

The Manchester United captain matched Charlton’s feat in the 13th minute from the penalty spot before Christian Broll headed into his own net before half-time.

Theo Walcott’s brace and goals from Ross Barkley and Harry Kane sealed an emphatic win and England’s place in the European championship next year.

Here is a selection of the best Twitter reaction from the England stars after Rooney’s 49th goal for the Three Lions and their Euro 2016 qualification.

Man of the moment Rooney reflects on a special milestone in his professional career:

Tottenham Hotspur striker Kane is thrilled to end his goalless run and is delighted for his England skipper:

Three Lions legend Gary Lineker is licking his wounds after being demoted down the England pecking order:

Arsenal striker Theo Walcott is eagerly anticipating Euro 2016 after securing their spot at the tournament:

Finally, United defender Luke Shaw is happy to pull on the red colours of England after a promising start to the season for the left-back:

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