Former England captain wins MLS Cup Final in his last game for LA Galaxy
Former England captain David Beckham
signed off from his six-year stay at LA Galaxy by helping them clinch a 3-1 victory over Houston Dynamo in the MLS Cup Final.
Beckham's side were trailling 1-0 at half-time at the Home Depot Center before Omar Gonzalez, Landon Donovan and Robbie Keane netted in the second half to seal the win.
It was the 37-year-old's second MLS Cup triumph since he arrived in LA from Real Madrid in 2007. He was given a standing ovation from the Galaxy fans when he was substituted in the closing stages.
Beckham's next port of call is still to be confirmed, but he insists his association with the MLS and football in the United States is not over.
"This is very special for us. To win at our own home is fantastic," said Beckham.
"I always said I was going to stick by it. When I'm committed to something I'm committed to the end.
"It's sad that it is the end; this has been a special place for me and continues to be special to me."
He added: "I'm happy to have been part of this for nearly six years and to have been successful with this club for four years.
"I'm going to continue my commitment to this league, this country and this sport.
"My commitment stays the same to growing this league and growing the sport in this country."
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