Manchester United's Wayne Rooney put two goals away against AC Milan last night (March 10th) in the Champions League, pushing the English side into the quarter-finals.

Rooney netted a header in the first half of the showdown after a spot-on cross from team-mate Gary Neville.

He went on to score in the second half, with Fletcher and Ji-sung Park putting away two more to seal AC Milan's fate.

And his current top form of slamming goals in the net with headers could give an indicator to his World Cup 2010 performance, something his Nike sponsor will be keeping a close eye on.

Rooney - who is a fan of Nike has been told by the sportswear giant that if he is the top scorer in the World Cup he will land himself a £500,000 bonus.

The incentive has been included in his Nike sponsorship deal, which sees the brand supply the football boots he scores so many goals with.