Manchester United and England icon Sir Bobby Charlton has sadly passed away at the age of 86.
Charlton, a true legend of the game, graced the pitch for United on a staggering 758 occasions, netting an impressive 249 goals during his remarkable 17-year tenure from 1956 to 1973.
His contributions were instrumental in securing three league titles for the club, as well as their historic first triumph in the European Cup in 1968.
On the international stage, Charlton’s impact was equally profound. Donning the prestigious Three Lions jersey, he earned an incredible 106 caps and found the back of the net 49 times, leaving an indelible mark on English football. His crowning glory came in 1966 when he lifted the World Cup, etching his name into the annals of footballing history.
The loss of Sir Bobby Charlton is a devastating blow to the footballing world, as his legacy will forever be remembered and cherished.