England forever superstar David Beckham has picked up his best of the goal.
Beckham was born in Manchester United Youth and made his debut in Manchester United’s first division in 1993. Since his debut, he has received public attention for his beautiful appearance and sophisticated right-footed kick skills that are considered the best in the world. He was the best star in the soccer world with both talent and star quality 먹튀검증.
It led not only to individual capabilities but also to the golden age of the team. Beckham played for Manchester United from 1993 to 2003 and led Manchester United to its heyday. He was in charge of Manchester United’s midfield, which is so solid that there is a saying, “Jwaggs Ubecham,” and also won a total of six English Premier League (EPL) titles and one Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) title.
After Manchester United, he actually moved to Madrid and became the hero of the transfer of the century. He played for four years after the real transfer in 2003, setting up a real ‘Galactico’ with Luis Dodgeball and Zinedine Zidane, and in 2007, he moved to the U.S. and joined the LA Galaxy. Since then, he has announced his retirement after his lease to AC Milan and his career in Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).
He is continuing his career as a soccer player even after retirement. Beckham is currently the owner and president of Inter Miami of Major League Soccer (MLS). Beckham, who is continuing his career as a soccer player and manager, is still gaining interest and popularity even after retirement.
Beckham looked back on his career. Beckham was asked by the British broadcaster ‘Sky Sports’ by his former Manchester United colleague Gary Neville, “What was his favorite goal he scored when he was a player?”
Beckham replied, “It was a goal scored against Greece.” Beckham picked his home stadium, Old Trafford, as the best goal in the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup European qualifying match against Greece. England dramatically joined the Korea-Japan World Cup finals with a 2-2 draw with Greece with Beckham’s fantastic free-kick goal at the time. This goal is still being talked about by many English football fans.
However, Neville asked back. He asked Beckham, “Do you like the goal against Greece more than the goal scored at the half-line?” After hearing that, Beckham said, “Oh, I forgot that goal. I’ll correct it again. I’ll pick the best goal from the half-line.”
The half-line goal is Beckham’s ultra-long-range shot on the half-line in the Premier League’s opening match against Wimbledon in the 1996-97 season. Beckham’s formidable kick ability is revealed, and this goal is also being talked about by many fans. Both the goal against Greece and the goal against Wimbledon were goals that confirmed Beckham’s ability and star quality.