Found May 18, 2013 on The Majors National:
PLAYERS: David Beckham
A legendary career came to end this weekend as David Beckham played his final professional game before riding off into retirement. Beckham had an assist in his final game helping his Paris Saint-Germain teammates defeat Brest 3-1 in Paris. Before all that though Beckham was brought to tears after leaving the field for the last more »
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