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English former professional footballer and current sports broadcaster. He holds England’s record for goals in FIFA World Cup finals, with 10 scored. He then moved to League Champions Everton where he developed as a clinical finisher, scoring 30 goals in 41 games. Lineker made his England debut in 1984, earning 80 caps and scoring forty-eight goals over an eight-year international career, finishing as England’s second highest scorer behind Bobby Charlton, before he was overtaken by Wayne Rooney. Even though he enjoyed a long career, Lineker never received a yellow or red card.

Lineker was born in Leicester, the son of Margaret P. His middle name came from Winston Churchill, with whom he shares his birthday. He has one younger brother, Wayne who is two years his junior. Lineker grew up with his family in the city, playing football with his brother Wayne. Lineker left school with four O Levels. One of his teachers wrote on his report card that he “concentrates too much on football” and that he would “never make a living at that”. He then joined the youth academy at Leicester City in 1976.

82, scoring 19 goals in all competitions that season. Although Leicester missed out on promotion, they reached the semi-finals of the FA Cup, and clinched promotion a year later as Lineker scored 26 times in the Second Division. Everton finish second in the league. 2 win over archrivals Real Madrid. With 42 goals in 103 La Liga appearances, Lineker became the highest scoring British player in the competition’s history, but was later surpassed by Gareth Bale in March 2016.