Sir Bobby Charlton found the net 49 times in 106 appearances for England, and remains to this day the team’s all-time leading goalscorer.

Four of the Manchester United legend’s strikes were spread across the 1966 and 1970 FIFA World Cups™, with his starring role in England’s triumph in the former edition establishing him as one of the era’s foremost talents.

Of the current England squad, Wayne Rooney - currently on 38 goals - is the man closest to Charlton’s record, and Roy Hodgson’s star man will be aiming to move a step or two closer during Brazil 2014.