David Beckham's last goal for Man Utd was an outrageous free-kick vs Everton

Take a bow, David Beckham!

David Beckham is a bonafide Manchester United legend.

The former England captain spent 11 years at Old Trafford between 1992 and 2003, netting 85 goals and contributing 101 assists across all competitions in that time.

Beckham won six Premier League titles, two FA Cups and the Champions League at United, as well as scooping a number of individual accolades.

The global icon was named in the PFA Team of the Year on four separate occasions, won the PFA Young Player of the Year in 1996/97 and even finished second for the Ballon d'Or in 1999.

Those who label Beckham's time in England as 'overrated' really are seriously deluded.

The 46-year-old departed the Premier League in the summer of 2003 and joined Real Madrid in a high-profile transfer.

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For fans of the English game, it was sad to see a superstar of Beckham's calibre leave, but he did at least end his spell with United in sensational fashion.

Beckham's last goal for the Red Devils came in the final game of the team's title-winning 2002/03 Premier League campaign, a match which saw them defeat Everton 2-1 at Goodison Park.

Fittingly, the legendary midfielder's strike was from a set-piece situation and it's safe to say the goal is one of the best scored from a free-kick in Premier League history.

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The ball was on the right-hand side of the pitch and a sizeable distance away from the goal.

That didn't phase Beckham one bit, though.

The president of Inter Miami CF stepped up and whipped the ball over the Everton wall - which contained a young Wayne Rooney - and into the far corner.

Check out the free-kick here...

Video: Beckham's legendary final goal v Man Utd

The movement on the ball after it left Beckham's right foot was ridiculous and it completely deceived the Everton goalkeeper.

There really haven't been many players in history who've struck the ball better from a dead-ball situation on a consistent basis.

Using his unique and much-copied technique, Beckham scored 65 free-kicks goal for club and country throughout the course of his glittering professional career.

What a player he was.

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