The former Manchester United and Everton striker has scored this type of spectacular goal for every club he has played for.

In a Wednesday night kick-off in Washington D.C, the captain of D.C. United Wayne Rooney scored a goal from 65-yards from his own defensive half. He scored the only goal of the game in the 10th minute against Orlando City. The win took the team to the fifth position, just seven points behind table-toppers Los Angeles FC.

However, Wayne Rooney is accustomed to scoring the peculiar type of goal, having already scored twice prior to this one. He has scored one each for his previous clubs Manchester United and Everton and becomes the only man to score three goals from around the half-way line.

The goal against West Ham United for Manchester United

Rooney is the record highest goal scorer for Manchester United with scoring 253 goals in 559 appearances over 13 seasons. And for D.C. United, he already has a tally of 20 goals in 35 matches.

The goal for Everton and yet again, against West Ham United

The Manchester United legend picked up on rebounded ball from an Orlando City player and unleashed a first-time shot in a view to beat the off-line goalkeeper Brian Rowe. Here take a look at it.

The match winner against Orlando City

Rooney joined DC United last year with the club bottom of the Eastern Conference. After that, He lead them to the playoffs and this season, they currently sit third in the table.

His former Manchester United team-mates, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Nani are in MLS’s top-five scorers along with him.