Former England star David Beckham finally made a return to European football this afternoon when it was confirmed that 37 year old Beckham had signed for French Ligue 1 side Paris Saint Germain.
With all the hype surrounding the biggest game in its franchise history, Toronto FC gave its record crowd plenty to celebrate in the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal – except a victory.
David Beckham expressed the desire of his family to remain in America as he signed a new two-year contract with L.A Galaxy team, after the English star turned down an 18-month, $18.7-million offer from the French club Paris-St. Germain.
As David Beckham’s LA Galaxy contract draws to a close, Posh and Becks are expected to return to the UK following David’s talks with French club Paris Saint-Germain. He is also expected to have talks with a number of English clubs.
After signing for LA Galaxy from Tottenham Hotspur earlier this week, Robbie Keane wasted no time in getting off the mark, as he scored just 21 minutes into his MLS debut against San Jose Earthquakes.
Beckham has to deal with more streamers while striking a corner kick
TFC celebrate its first goal by Ryan Johnson in the 12th minute as fans cheer in appreciation
TFC striker Danny Koevermans watches as Saunders leaps to grab the ball in the air. The Galaxy keeper came down on with his cleats on Kovermans leg. That angered the TFC forward who then pushed Saunders and both had to be separated. It is also believed that the keeper had landed outside box with the ball in his hands and should have resulted in a TFC free kick
Beckham clears away streamers strewn over a corner of the field. Fans threw the streamers at Beckham's direction every time he lined up for a corner kick
Players from both teams watch Luis Silva's header bounce just out of the reach of Galaxy keeper Josh Saunders. It was an incredible professional debut for the rookie who scored on the team that he adored growing up
Galaxy's Landon Donovan celebrates his tying goal in the 88th minute with teammates Todd Dunivant and Beckham as TFC fans watch in disappointment
Toronto FC goalkeeper Stefan Frei leaps up to grab one of many corner kicks from David Beckham. TFC played to a 2-2 draw in front of 47,658 fans Wednesday night at the Rogers Centre
David Beckham - a loan move to Tottenham could be on the cards this month