Robbie Keane has traveled far and wide, but no matter where he went, he scored goals.
The man simply gets buckets.
The Irish journeyman has become synonymous with Irish football over the years because the country couldn’t seem to find a better striker in the 30 years he played up top.
All old age jokes aside, Keano had a fantastic scoring record for his national team and was consistently able to produce his trademark cartwheel celebration.
67 goals and 145 internationals over 18 years is full testament to Robbie Keane’s excellence and endurance. He’s truly an @FAIreland legend.
— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) August 24, 2016
Scoring 67 goals in 145 caps is no small feat and proves how dangerous he was in an Ireland jersey.
Reports from the land of potatoes and Lucky Charms say that Robbie Brady, the best player in the Ireland squad, will be converted to a striker in order to make the transition from the Keane era.
Fortunately for us, Robbie Keane is still kicking, balling out in the MLS and scoring bangers quite regularly.
The aging Irishman is not done yet.