Malta captain comments on where this Man United player should be playing for England
The incident in the 23rd minute was waved away by the referee but Schembri needed treatment after Rooney appeared to leave the ground in winning the ball in a midfield tussle.
But while Schembri defended Rooney, he admitted he is still better suited to life up front than in the argy-bargy of middle of the park.
“He touched my ankle, to be honest, because I had some blood,” he said.
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“But, I mean, it was a fair challenge. “I would prefer him as a striker though. He has good distribution of the ball and he still... read more
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