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TIM Howard has hailed Wayne Rooney as the best striker in the world but believes that the USA's own forwards can trouble England in their Fifa World Cup opener in Rustenburg on Saturday.
Howard has first-hand experience of Rooney from their two years together at Manchester United before he moved to Everton in 2006 after the signing of Edwin van der Sar.
He has immense respect for the 24-year-old who is pivotal to England's hopes of doing themselves justice in the World Cup.
But Howard, 31, has also been impressed by the US front pair of Edson Buddle and Robert Findley, who looked sharp during the weekend victory over Australia in Johannesburg. Howard said: "I get asked if I am looking forward to facing Wayne Rooney. I don't think I ever look forward to facing Wayne Rooney.
"He is the best striker in the world. He is a fantastic player, so I'll be very careful what I say! But we also have Edson and Robbie who are playing fantastic together, individually and collectively, with the way they are linking up," he said. - Fifa.com