#MyBeautifulGame -- Record breaker Wayne Rooney's overhead kick relived

    Rooney celebrates after scoring the winning goal for Manchester United during Sunday's English Premier League stand off against Liverpool, reaching a record-breaking 176 goals for the club.

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    • Wayne Rooney has become the top goalscorer for any one Premier League club
    • Photographer Martin Rickett looks back on shot of one of Rooney's best goals
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    (CNN)Not since David Beckham's heyday has an English footballer made an impact quite like Wayne Rooney.

    In September, he became England's top goalscorer of all time, beating the legendary record of Sir Bobby Charlton by netting his 50th national goal.
      On Sunday, Rooney's winner for Manchester United against bitter rival Liverpool made him the top goalscorer for one British Premier League club -- stealing the crown from Arsenal's Thierry Henry with a remarkable 176 goals.
        It's not the first time Rooney has caught the headlines. Here Press Association sports photographer Martin Rickett recalls Rooney's jaw-dropping overhead kick in the Manchester derby that won the Premier League's best goal in its 20 Seasons Awards.
        It is also one of the most celebrated shots in Rickett's career -- scooping him a coveted industry award.
        Manchester United's Wayne Rooney's overhead "bicycle" kick goal in 2011 is often listed among the best in English Premier League history.
        Where? Old Trafford, Manchester United vs. Manchester City, on February 12 2011.
          What? The game was tied at 1-1. The atmosphere in Manchester derbies is always tense. United had lost the coin toss and had been forced to attack the East Stand in the second half, rather than their preferred Stretford End.
          As the ball loops over from a cross on the right, Rooney finds some space between two City defenders, who are frantically trying to make up ground in an attempt to defend. Rooney leaps into the air and when he's almost horizontal and the ball is directly above his head, his boot makes perfect contact with the ball -- sending it flying into the back of Joe Hart's goal.