July 29, 2009

Boca Juniors vs Man Utd: hopes to Michael Owen

Michael Owen, who is the England midfielder of England, is the centre of all gossip at this moment after scoring 4 goals in the friendly match during the visit of Asian countries. It hopes that he could break the record of Sir Bobby Charlton. Bobby Charlton is considered as the all-time leading goal-scorer for the England team who scored 49. But Michael Owen has pulled 40 goals from 89 appearances who has started his career in England National Football team in 1998. He has been transferred on the side of Manchester United form Newcastle United. Ryan Giggs, 35, the Manchester United Midfielder, has commented that Owen could achieve the title of most goalsocrer of England, plays on the side of Wales.

Goal.com reported:

"Sir Bobby's record has proved difficult for anyone to overhaul. But looking at Michael's ratio of goals per game for England, you would have to say that if he plays, say, another 15 internationals, he will probably overtake it."

The Barclays Premier League champions 08-09, has to transfer two star players Tevez and Ronaldo before beginning the season. Now, Man United boss Sir Alex Ferguson thinks to fill the gap of the two most experiences players with Antonio Valencia and Owen. The 23-year-old, Ecuador winger, has signed with Man Utd. this season and used to played on the side of Wigan Athletic from 08-09. Manchester United is visiting Asia to Europe via South America. On 29 July, it will take part a friendly match along with Boca Juniors. Now, all have to wait that will Owen netted more goals like previous matches?