David Beckham and son Brooklyn play together in charity match
|David Beckham's All Star Match for Children|
|Highlights on BBC One, Saturday 22:50 GMT|
David Beckham and son Brooklyn played together as a Great Britain and Ireland XI side beat a Rest of the World team 3-1 in a charity game.
Beckham Sr crossed for ex-Manchester United team-mate Paul Scholes to head in the opener at Old Trafford.
Michael Owen slotted in to extend the lead before Dwight Yorke guided in a shot to pull one back.
Goalkeeper Raimond van der Gouw let a cross through his legs to allow Owen to tap in his side's third.
France legends Zinedine Zidane and Patrick Vieira were both due to play but were not in the Rest of the World squad.
Their absence came after at least 128 people died after terror attacks across Paris on Friday.
"I understood why Zizou (Zidane) took the decision not to play," said Beckham.
"He was very respectful to me. He promised he would come over and play but I understand. He's a friend but he's a passionate man and that hit him hard.
"On behalf of myself, the players, everyone involved in the game, we send our condolences to those who have lost people in Paris and our heart goes out to everyone in France."
Several sporting fixtures in France have been postponed and there was a minute's silence before the game at Old Trafford.
Ex-England captain Beckham led the home team, managed by his former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson.
Former Chelsea, Real Madrid and AC Milan boss Carlo Ancelotti managed the world team.
Beckham was replaced by his 16-year-old son towards the end of the match, but came back on because of an injury to Sol Campbell.
"I wasn't meant to join him but Sol came off," he said. "Having Brooklyn out there was special.
"One of my lasting memories is winning the title and walking around with Brooklyn when he was 18 months."
Money raised from ticket sales for the match will be donated to children's charity Unicef.
"It was incredible," said Beckham. "I'm very proud of what we achieved. It's been a special day."
GB & Ireland squad: David Beckham (captain), David Seaman, David James, Jamie Carragher, Sol Campbell, Phil Neville, John Terry, Ashley Cole, Darren Fletcher, Nicky Butt, Trevor Sinclair, Paul Scholes, Gary McAllister, Ryan Giggs, Michael Owen, Peter Crouch, Alan Smith.
World squad: Edwin van der Sar, Raimond van der Gouw, Cafu, Fernando Hierro, Fernando Couto, Mikael Silvestre, Luis Figo, Robert Pires, Christian Karembeu, Ji-sung Park, Clarence Seedorf, Michael Ballack, Ronaldinho, Dwight Yorke, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Patrick Kluivert, Landon Donovan.