Wayne Rooney and Jamie Carragher have agreed on three players who should be inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame.
The pair were appearing on Monday Night Football ahead of Arsenal and Crystal Palace's clash when they debated the topic. Both men tabled six suggestions for its next class of inductees, and Rooney agreed with three of Carragher's six suggestions.
The Derby County boss said: "I've got some similar there, so the ones I went with were Sergio Aguero, one of the best strikers the Premier League has ever seen. Obviously, he played for Manchester City, but I think he's an incredible player."
Rooney continued: "Obviously, I went with Paul Scholes. I think, in my opinion, he should have been one of the first two with Alan Shearer.
"I went for John Terry, also, as Carra said, horrible to play against and I think dominate for so many years in the Premier League."
For his other three picks, the Manchester United legend opted for Ian Wright, Vincent Kompany, and Ashley Cole. Carragher, on the other hand, opted for Peter Schmeichel, Yaya Toure, and Robbie Fowler.
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Rooney was inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame earlier this month.
He said: "Growing up, I watched the Premier League as far back as I can remember. My dream was always to become a professional footballer, score goals, and win trophies, and I was lucky enough to win the Premier League five times.
"I have so many brilliant memories from my years playing for Everton and Manchester United, and I'm really proud of what we achieved. To enter the Hall of Fame is very special for me personally and I'm grateful to be recognised."
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