Tears of a legend: David Beckham’s last moments as footballer (Photos)

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Tears of a legend: David Beckham’s last moments as footballer (Photos)

David Beckham played his last game as a footballer tonight, with the Englishman captaining PSG in their last home game of the season.

The 38-year old burst into tears as he was substituted off in the second half, with everyone in the stadium according him a standing ovation.

His wife Victoria and their four children Romeo, Brooklyn, Cruz and Harper all flew in from London to witness David put the finishing touches on a glittering 20-year career.

A visibly upset Beckham was surrounded by the PSG players who hugged him one by one as he walked off.

Beckham had looked emotional before the game, waving to the crowds and blowing kisses to his fans during the warm up for his final match.

As his name was read out over the stadium’s speaker system, PSG fans gave out a huge cheer and continued to chant ‘Stay David, Stay’ throughout the match. (DailyMail)

Heartbreak: Beckham hugs teammate Lucas before leaving the pitch at the Parc des Princes in ParisRespect: Beckham was given a standing ovation by players from both sides and fans as he left the fieldKiss goodbye: An emotional David Beckham waves to the crowds ahead of his final game in ParisDavid BeckhamDavid Beckham warm upAu revoir: Beckham gives the thumbs up to fans who chanted 'Stay David, Stay' during the matchBowing out on top: Beckham celebrates with teammate Zlatan Ibrahimovic as he scores a third goal for PSG Popular: Beckham's name elicited a huge cheer from the stadium when it was announced before kick offFan favourite: A PSG supporter holds up a sign in support of David Beckham during his last gameDecorated: Paris Saint-Germain's title triumph added to David Beckham's impressive medal collectionLast outing: Beckham will wear these boots for the clash against Brest on Saturday nightThe boots feature his kids' names

 

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