So emotional! David Beckham's final minutes as a professional footballer

  • čas přidán 17. 05. 2018
  • One of the great modern footballers, David Beckham played for the likes of Man Utd, Real Madrid, AC Milan and LA Galaxy before hanging up his boots at PSG.
    The standing ovation he received on the 18th May 2013, his final professional game, will forever be remembered as one of the great send-offs in football...
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Komentáře • 2 267

  • Ivaylo Karaivanov
    Ivaylo Karaivanov Před rokem +17

    I don't wanna imagine Messi or Ronaldo's reactions to their last match

  • Oh No No
    Oh No No Před 2 lety +12

    Beckham: Taking his time to hug each and every teammate

  • Mr M
    Mr M Před 2 lety +3

    He's a legend in every club he's been to even after his retirement he's still a great ambassador for the sport. He's now even opened his own club and promoting the sport in the US. Ofcourse it'll make him money but he's been a credit to the sport throughout.

  • Richard Asante
    Richard Asante Před 2 lety +6

    Beckham's reaction is like: Mom, i wanna play 5 more minutes"😢💔

  • NJ
    NJ Před 2 lety +12

    Ahhhh I remember the days where we could hug that's even more emotional. 10 months in and no change 😷

  • Songcaster
    Songcaster Před 2 lety +281

    What a player. Best crosser of all time, work rate second to none, got stuck in about it whoever he played. Underated by people who don't understand the game.

  • Raptor Jesus
    Raptor Jesus Před 4 lety +9

    Imagine being a legend and end your career in a match against Brest

  • Nick Mildon
    Nick Mildon Před rokem +31

    Because of all the celebrity, people forgot just how class he was. To this day one of the most underrated players

  • Shahir Naga
    Shahir Naga Před rokem +25

    What a player Beckam was.

  • D T
    D T  +323

    Beckham for all the hype around him, was still a top player. His professionalism was up there with Ronaldo and Messi. People should focus on that rather than the media circus.

  • Brent Meister General
    Brent Meister General Před 2 lety +102

    The whole game against Greece was his defining performance. He was everywhere, literally dragged the team to the finals! He was so underrated because of his life away from the pitch. I’d take his career over that if Giggs, Scholes, Keane!

  • Qurde Oner
    Qurde Oner Před rokem +21

    Iconic player.

  • Saurabh Mamgain
    Saurabh Mamgain Před 4 lety +637

    He was the reason why I started watching football and simply fell in love with the world's most beautiful game....

  • captainexistence
    captainexistence Před rokem +66

    I'm a lifelong Arsenal fan from Ireland, and I remember going to see my first live game at Old Trafford in November 1996. There was a crowd of us allowed to get close to the players entrance, and while most of the Utd squad snubbed the supporters and made straight for the dressing rooms, David Beckham came over and signed autographs. A classy gesture, and it meant a lot to the supporters from a player who never showed any ego. A gentleman and a Utd LEGEND.

  • David Mathews

    Fact that Becham had his last match in PSG and yet another super-legend Messi is now in PSG is a fact worth nothing 🧐❤

  • The Irish Republican
    The Irish Republican Před rokem +1

    Everyone talking about the emotional moments for David Beckham

  • T4491
    T4491 Před rokem +12

    It just shows how much he loved playing football at the top level, one of the best midfielders of all time

  • Oldskool Raver
    Oldskool Raver Před 2 lety +208

    He's a great lad, the money he gave away to charity, his passion for football. Not the greatest player, but hat off to this chap.

  • Some guy named Mike
    Some guy named Mike Před 4 lety +6

    Remember he gave his 45k a week wages to charity, so many hype moments with Beckham & I'm Welsh, how that England generation flopped idk

  • That's Life
    That's Life Před rokem +17

    Beckham is a legend of the sport no doubt about it, a champion of four different clubs.