Beckham inducted into PSG’s online hall of fame

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Former England midfielder David Beckham racked up two assists in a dozen matches for PSG, which naturally validates him as an all-time legend.

PSG unveiled their new club website earlier this week, and launched a brand new hall of fame section on their website.

Alongside worthy names such as Ronaldinho, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Jay-Jay Okocha and George Weah was the former England captain.

Beckham joined Paris Saint-Germain at the tail-end of his career in February 2013, arriving after a five-and-a-half year stint in MLS with LA Galaxy.

Beckham played his last-ever professional match for the Ligue 1 side, who won the title for the first time in 19 years under Carlo Ancelotti in that campaign. In addition to his two assists, he also picked up a red card at Evian.

It’s probably worth noting that the former Manchester United and Real Madrid winger only actually started two matches for PSG. A legendary contribution? Of course.