On Saturday (June 23, 2012), the Los Angeles Galaxy defeated the Vancouver Whitecaps 3-0 in their third consecutive victory. LA Galaxy star David Beckham went shirtless after the game to celebrate his team's triumph.
The 37-year-old soccer player flaunted his toned body while playing for the L.A. Galaxy at the Home Depot Centre in Los Angeles. It's no secret that the British hunk is a fan of tattoos. There is no spot on his arms that has not been touched by ink.
A shirtless David Beckham, 37, was spotted smiling as he celebrated the Galaxy’s 3-0 win against the Canadian team on Saturday, June 23, 2012.
David Beckham shows off his amazing rock hard abs at the end of the match at the Home Depot Centre in Los Angeles.
There is no spot on the sexy footballer’s arms that has not been touched by ink.
The 37-year-old soccer player’s sons Brooklyn, 13, and Romeo, 9 were at the game to support their father. Though mom Victoria was not in the crowd that day, the children nonetheless less had a blast, and were even spotted goofing off during the halftime.
David’s wife Victoria and his other two children (son Cruz, 7 and daughter Harper Seven, 11 months) were not present at the game on Saturday 23, 2012.
Recently, David Beckham has been listed among last year's Top ten highest earners in the world of sport, compiled by Forbes. The soccer star is the eighth highest paid athlete in the world. The ex-Manchester United midfielder earned 7.1 million euros at LA Galaxy with 29m euro from various endorsements in 2011.
David Beckham has been listed among last year's the top ten highest earners in the world of sport, compiled by Forbes magazine.
In other news, the golden color torch that Beckham carried during this year's Olympic Games has been going on sale. The torch is among 20 others that will be sold to help raise money to pay for the Games. Also, the winning bidder of Beckham's torch will receive a 'metallic shard' signed by the British star. Other items include tennis balls from the Olympic tournament and the baton from the men's 4 x 100 meters relay. The London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) have been criticised for having become too commercial; however, LOCOG said the funds raised would help to offset the cost of the torch relay and of staging the Games themselves.
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