After scoring 127 goals, playing in
three World Cups, and being the only English soccer player to be celebrated in
four countries, David Beckham is hanging up his boots.

David, 38, said that now is
the “right time” to finish his career, after two decades of playing
soccer and collecting 115 caps. The sports world has lost a hero.
“I’m thankful to PSG for giving me the opportunity to continue but I
feel now is the right time to finish my career, playing at the highest
level,” he told the Daily Mail.
So sad!
David Beckham’s Career Achievements
During his career, David played for Manchester United, Preston North
End, Real Madrid, Milan, Los Angeles Galaxy, and finally PSG. He was
also captain of the English team for six years, and played in three
World Cups.
He made his name playing for Manchester United, where he played 394 games and scored 85 goals.
Following the sad news of his retirement, David said he will dedicate
his time to a variety of organisations, which include Sky Sports,
Adidas, Unicef and promoting football in China.