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All 65 of David Beckham’s Free Kick Goals From His 20-Year Career [VIDEO]

david beckham All 65 of David Beckhams Free Kick Goals From His 20 Year Career [VIDEO]

David Beckham announced his retirement from soccer today. While he still has two matches remaining in his final chapter at Paris Saint Germain, he will long be remembered for some memorable goals scored from free kicks throughout his career.

In the video below, the free kick revolution started when Manchester United sent him on loan to Preston North End. As you can see, his expertise in free kicks grew throughout his career leading to several momentous ones for England as well as other clubs.

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3 Responses to All 65 of David Beckham’s Free Kick Goals From His 20-Year Career [VIDEO]

  1. Ryan says:

    Stunning how many times either A. the goalkeeper didn’t move or B. Hit hits it upper 90.

  2. Wongo1 says:

    One of the most consistent and brilliant free-kick takers of all time. Well done to a United hero David Beckham.

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