Who are the hardest forwards to play against in the Premiership?
Hahnemann: Didier Drogba [of Chelsea and Ivory Coast], Wayne Rooney [of Manchester United and England], Fernando Torres [of Liverpool and Spain]. Their speed is incredible. Drogba might not look as quick, but he's big and strong. With Torres, you think, Little quick pretty boy, and then you see him win headers in the six-yard box. Unbelievable timing. And Rooney's got everything, basically. It's pretty frightening.
Howard: I don't think anyone would disagree with Torres, Rooney, Drogba. What sets Drogba apart is he hits every single ball so hard. On an angle he doesn't look to curl it; he smashes it. When he hits a header, he powers it in. There's nothing finesse about him.
Rooney's clearly the biggest threat on the England team. What will you be watching for?
Guzan: What separates the best strikers is their determination to score goals, their ability to create a half yard at the top of the box and get a shot off.
Hahnemann: A lot of people forget about Rooney's work ethic. He's not just standing on the penalty spot waiting for people to cross the ball. He makes 90% of his goals himself. He chases down balls. If you get a back pass, you'd better hurry your ass up because he is going to close you down.
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