David Beckham | Inter 2-0 Milan | 2009-10 Serie A Round 21

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David Beckham in 2009-10 Serie A Round 21: Inter 2-0 Milan (“San Siro” Milan, 24.01.2010)

INTER: Julio Cesar, D. Maicon, Lucio, W. Samuel, D. Santon, J. Zanetti, E. Cambiasso, S. Muntari (I. Cordoba ’87), W. Sneijder, G. Pandev (Thiago Motta ’67), D. Milito (M. Balotelli ’81)
Manager: José Mourinho

MILAN: Dida, I. Abate, G. Favalli, Thiago Silva, L. Antonini (M. Jankulovski ’77), G. Gattuso (C. Seedorf ’46), A. Pirlo, M. Ambrosini (K. Huntelaar ’80), D. Beckham, M. Borriello, Ronaldinho
Manager: Leonardo

GOALS: Milito ’10 (1:0), Pandev ’65 (2:0)

BOOKED: Beckham ‘3, Lucio ’26, Sneijder 26 (red card / sent off), Favalli ’28, Muntari ’38, Pandev ’65, Thiago Silva ’69, Lucio ’90+1 (sent off)

DAVID BECKHAM
Beckham is a “product of Sir Alex Ferguson’s school of hard graft” at Manchester United. Renowned for his long-range passing, crossing ability, and bending free-kicks, Ferguson noted that Beckham “practised with a discipline to achieve an accuracy that other players wouldn’t care about.” Beckham reportedly spent hours practising his free kicks after training sessions had ended.
Beckham maintained his training routine at Real Madrid and even when his relationship with management was strained in early 2007, Real Madrid president Ramón Calderón and manager Fabio Capello praised Beckham for maintaining his professionalism and commitment to the club. Beckham’s Real Madrid teammate Roberto Carlos regarded Beckham to be the best free-kick exponent he had ever seen. Two of the best free kick exponents of their generation, Roberto Carlos commented on the dilemma the team faced when they won a free kick on the edge of the penalty area; “I would stand on one side and Beckham on the other but I wanted to see Beckham take the free-kick because it’s beautiful how he hits the ball.”
In May 2013, asked about how he wanted to be remembered in his retirement, Beckham said: “I just want people to see me as a hardworking footballer, someone that’s passionate about the game, someone that – every time I stepped on the pitch – I’ve given everything that I have, because that’s how I feel. That’s how I look back on it and hope people will see me.”

Major Achievements:
English Premier League (6)
1998-99 UEFA Champions League
1999 Intercontinental Cup
La Liga (1)
MLS Regular Season (3)
MLS Playoffs (3)
Ligue 1 (1)
1999 Ballon D’Or – 2nd place
1999 FIFA World Player of the Year – Silver Award
2001 FIFA World Player of the Year – Silver Award
1998-99 UEFA Club Midfielder of the Year
1998-99 UEFA Club Footballer of the Year
1992-93 to 2001-02 English Premier League Domestic & Overall Team of the Decade
1992-93 to 2001-02 Goal of the Decade (vs. Wimbledon, 17 August 1996)
FIFA 100
English Football Hall of Fame: 2008

Comments

Federico Di Giacomo says:

Forza milan hoooooooooo9ooooooooooooioooooooooooooooole

Federico Di Giacomo says:

Goooooooooooooooooooooooooool devid bekam

Federico Di Giacomo says:

Grande Milan forza milan forza milan forza milan forza milan forza milan

Rubro-Negro HD says:

Depois que Beckham, Ronaldinho e Ronaldo saíram, o Milan nunca mais foi o mesmo.

Suhail Rashid says:

Only whipping in crosses,old styled footballer.

Hennesey lovin crack addict says:

Now i'm no football manager but what exactly is the point in constantly whipping in crosses to a forward line with no real strength or height to win the ball? 🤔

Federico Di Giacomo says:

Forza milan inter merda

prawarit poh says:

Beckham 👍👍

Luana Medeiros says:

Beckham jogou nos maiores times de cada país, no Manchester, Real Madrid, Milan, PSG.
grande jogador.

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