Wayne Rooney knocked out in boxing match

 
Wayne Rooney knocked out in boxing match
Pictures have emerged reportedly showing Wayne Rooney being knocked out after being involved in a boxing bout with a former team mate in the kitchen of his £3.5million home, Daily Mail reports.

The Manchester United captain donned boxing gloves along with Stoke City player Phil Bardsley during a jovial night-in last month at his Cheshire mansion, only to find himself on the receiving end of a heavy punch.

Rooney is said to have been visibly shaken by the blow during the incident and could be facing a grilling from Manchester United chiefs, who pay the striker £300,000 per week.

'People were scared he had really banged his head and done some lasting damage. Everybody realised it was a stupid thing to do, but they just got carried away.'

The incident is said to have come the day after United suffered defeat at Swansea, while his wife Coleen and their children Kai and Klay were on holiday in Barbados, and it could leave Rooney with some uncomfortable questions to answer from Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal.

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