O’Hara’s top 5 England strikers:

With back-to-back hat-tricks, Harry Kane is only six goals away from becoming England’s all time leading goalscorer, but who does Jamie O’Hara think is the greatest England striker of all time?

Read below to find out Jamie’s top five…

5. Alan Shearer

63 appearances

30 goals

“I’m putting him in my top five because of what he has done for England and the goals he has scored but he wasn’t as prolific as the others.”

4. Gary Lineker

80 appearances

48 goals

“He has to be in there for what he has done and the goals he has scored in the World Cups.”

3. Sir Bobby Charlton

106 appearances

49 goals

“He is out of my era, but I have him in here just because of the fact that it is Bobby Charlton.”

2. Harry Kane

67 appearances

48 goals

“I cannot believe people are even having this debate, the top two comes down to two players: Harry Kane and Wayne Rooney. Harry Kane is going to smash the goalscoring record and he’s going to end up with 70 goals but as a player Wayne Rooney was unbelievable.”

1.Wayne Rooney

120 appearances

53 goals

“He had everything. I remember playing against him and he was unstoppable. He was strong, he was horrible and then his talent on the ball was incredible. He was fitter than everyone else, his finishing was outrageous, his runs off the ball, his passing and I don’t believe Harry Kane is on his level.”








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