He's still got it! Former United star Beckham scores with superb free-kick for LA Galaxy

On the day that his beloved Manchester United clinched a record 19th league title, David Beckham reminded fans that his career is far from over yet with a superb goal for Los Angeles Galaxy against Kansas City.

Beckham struck with a free-kick from distance on Saturday night, as his Galaxy side cruised to a 4-1 victory.


Landon Donovan scored twice in less than three minutes, with Juan Pablo Angel scoring a third goal before Beckham applied the gloss late on.

Beckham's goal will remind some supporters of some famous free-kicks for club and country in the past, including his famous effort for England against Greece ten years ago at Old Trafford, that sent Sven Goran Eriksson's to the World Cup finals.

On the ball: David Beckham in action against Kansas City at The Home Depot Center

On the ball: David Beckham in action against Kansas City at The Home Depot Center

Beckham would no doubt have been delighted with United's latest triumph back in England, where a 1-1 draw at Blackburn secured a 19th league crown, putting them ahead of their great rivals Liverpool.

Beckham helped United to six league titles in his memorable time with the Reds, before leaving for Real Madrid in 2003.

Eye on the ball: David Beckham
Thumbs up: David Beckham

The American Dream: Beckham on the ball (left) and celebrating victory (right)

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