David Beckham overwhelmed by emotion after final game

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David Beckham on 'perfect' farewell

David Beckham says his final home game before retirement "couldn't have been any more perfect".

The former England captain admits the emotions got to him after being made Paris Saint Germain captain for the evening, telling journalists it was hard for him "to run, let alone kick a ball".

Beckham departed the pitch on 81 minutes to a standing ovation, with his PSG team-mates congregating in the middle of the pitch to applaud him during their 3-1 win over relegated Brest.

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