Fans of the sports titan David Beckham watched as the great man broke down for a tearful farewell in Paris after playing what is very likely his last game of a 22-year football career. The athlete will be moving on to greener pastures, but though his future is uncertain and his departure full of emotion, nothing will keep the legend down for long.
David Beckham left the pitch in tears as he completed the final home match of his 20-year career.
Paris St-Germain's game against Brest was briefly halted as Beckham, captain for the night, was substituted after 81 minutes, his team-mates congregating in the middle of the pitch to applaud him.
PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi said afterwards: "It's up to the coach but I think that will be David's last match."
PSG, who are already champions, won 3-1 against relegated Brest.
Reports before the match suggested Beckham will not be involved in his side's trip to Lorient on the season's final day.