Sir Bobby Charlton scored a record total of 49 goals for England in just over 100 appearances and was part of the side that won the FIFA World Cup™ in 1966.

The Manchester United legend netted four goals in total during two FIFA World Cups, including a brace against Portugal on home soil in the year England were victorious overall.

Charlton, a survivor of the Munich air disaster in February 1958, represented his country on no fewer than 106 occasions and also scored 249 times in 758 appearances for the Red Devils.

The 72-year-old is regarded as one of the finest players of his generation.