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Wayne Rooney scores in 500th appearance as Derby and Fulham draw

Wayne Rooney scores a cheeky penalty in Derby County's 1-1 draw with Fulham. Watch EFL on ESPN+.

Wayne Rooney marked his 500th game in English league football with a coolly-taken Panenka-style penalty for Derby County in their 1-1 draw against Fulham in the Championship on Friday.

The 34-year-old ex-England and Manchester United captain, who made his debut for the Midlands club earlier this month after returning from a playing stint in the United States, cleverly chipped in a 55th minute penalty for the lead.

"I'm always nervous before penalties. I've never done that [a Panenka-style penalty]...

FA Cup preview: Everton to stop Liverpool run? Fylde to shock Sheff United? Will Rooney shine?

The FA Cup third round signals the entrance of the Premier League and Championship clubs to the tournament. All 32 games can be streamed LIVE on ESPN+ in the U.S.; Nick Miller previews the pick of the action.

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Wayne Rooney ready to play for Derby County, frustrated over having to wait

Wayne Rooney dives into his role at Derby County and how players have responded to his presence.

Wayne Rooney said on Friday he was frustrated at not being able to feature for Derby County before his stint as player-coach officially begins in January.

The 34-year-old striker, Manchester United and England's most prolific scorer, signed an initial 18-month deal at the Championship side and will also work with the first team as he chases his dream of being a manager.

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The former Argentina international joined United from West Ham in 2007, where he had been involved in a dramatic battle to avoid relegation from the Premier League.

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