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David Beckham explains the moment he was 'forgiven' by Liverpool supporters

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Former Manchester United and England star David Beckham has labelled the moment he believed he was forgiven by Liverpool supporters.

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I think that was probably the moment England fans - whether it West Ham, Tottenham, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool - went, 'okay, enough is enough'.

Beckham, who served as England captain for six years, never enjoyed the warmest of receptions during his trips to Anfield, or anywhere else in the Premier League for that matter.

READ MORE: Man City have just echoed Liverpool transfer moves with £45m Kalvin Phillips signing As England faced Argentina in the first knock-out round, in a game that is also remembered as the day then-Liverpool striker Michael Owen announced his arrival to the rest of the world with a stunning solo goal, Beckham was sent off just minutes into the second half after kicking out at Diego Simeone.

However, Beckham was named England captain in 2000 and one year later he fired the Three Lions to the 2002 World Cup with an injury-time free kick to earn a vital 2-2 draw with Greece at Old Trafford.

"It was a special moment, to play in a game that was so important for our country - at Old Trafford - it has to be the best [goal]."
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