PICTURE SPECIAL - Sir Bobby Charlton at 80:

As Sir Bobby turns 80 we look at his illustrious football career in numbers.

106 - England caps, one of nine players to reach three figures.

Sir Bobby Charlton as he received the freedom of Manchester

49 - England goals - a national record until passed by Wayne Rooney in 2015.

758 - Manchester United appearances, second to Ryan Giggs in the club's all-time list.

249 - United goals, another record since claimed by Rooney.

2 - goals scored by captain Charlton in the 1968 European Cup final, as United beat Benfica to lift the trophy 10 years after the Munich air crash.

5 - major trophies with United - three league titles, the European Cup and the 1963 FA Cup.

2 - clubs Charlton managed - Preston between 1973 and 1975, and Wigan for a brief spell as caretaker boss.

1966 - the year Charlton won the World Cup with England - scoring twice in the semi-final against Portugal - and later won the Ballon d'Or award as world player of the year.

1994 - the year Charlton was knighted.

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