Strike partnerships are unfortunately no longer a common feature of top level football, as most clubs these days prefer to utilise just a single centre forward supported by an army of attacking midfielders or flying wingers, or both.
But proper striking duos still heavily resonate with fans and the Premier League has been graced by some real great ones over the years. And, r
Although neither were typical 'strikers', it was the partnership Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo had at Manchester United that came out on top with 32% of the overall vote.
The pair were firm friends despite frenzied media speculation willing for a fiery falling out after an incident at the 2006 World Cup, and they ultimately went from strength to strength and scored 105 Premier League goals between them in three seasons from 2006 to 2009.
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