CARSON, Calif. (AP) -- David Beckham wraps up his six seasons with the Los Angeles Galaxy on Saturday in the MLS Cup.
He just hopes fans realize they'll miss an excellent game if all eyes are focused only on him.
Los Angeles goes after its second straight MLS title in a rematch with the Houston Dynamo, who lost 1-0 to the Galaxy last season at Home Depot Center. The field was soaked with rain last year, and it's likely to be soggy again this weekend.
They're perfect conditions for the Galaxy's attempt at replicating last season's result in a watershed game for their franchise and MLS, which is losing Beckham's magnetic appeal after a half-decade of impressive league-wide growth.
"I know I'm quite an emotional person," Beckham said. "I'm just really excited about the game, to be in a third MLS Cup final, especially the second one that's being played in our own stadium. It's going to be special. ... I'm happy the team are in the position we are, and the reason we've done well this...