Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney amazes revelers at night out by doing musical
FOOTBALL By Mirror | June 2nd 2015 | 1 min read
Wayne Rooney has once again showed his musical talent with a rousing rendition of a Johnny Cash classic in New York.
The Manchester United and England skipper has revealed his impressive voice in the past, dueting with Ed Sheeran last year.
Rooney performed the hit Lego House with the singer-songwriter and also took to the stage at United's Christmas party in December.
And as he winds down Stateside after a long season, Rooney decided it was time to belt out some tunes.
This time, the 29-year-old performed Johnny Cash's Folsom Prison Blues - alongside guitar-playing companions - as revellers in an Irish pub showed their appreciation.
Earlier this year, Rooney was asked who was the best singer in the Manchester United dressing room, to which he replied: "Probably me."
"Over Christmas a few of the players got up and did a few songs. Michael Carrick's not bad.
"I like to sing a bit of indie rock but some of them are quite good."
The United skipper also admitted he fancied a crack at the X Factor once his playing days are over.
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