David Beckham Hands Over Winning Trophy To Son Cruz In Under-9s Football

David Beckham presented a football trophy on Sunday morning to his nine-year-old son Cruz Becham whose team won the final of under-9s tournament.

The Baby Becks proudly took the trophy with both hands and looked delighted. He and all the players of his team Foxes FC were awarded gold prizes.

David, 38, was in khaki jacket and tweed cap. He couldn’t hide the pride and congratulated his sun for the success. In his early days he famously practised his free-kicks and crosses for hours at the Ridgewy Park in Chingford with his father and now he is encouraging the same activities to his children.

His 40-year-old wife Victoria cheered from the sidelines with the youngest child Harper, just two years old.

It was a 3-1 victory for the Foxes against local rivals Sandgate FC. The second goal was from Cruz.

Earlier in March this year it was reported Cruz has signed for the youth team of Arsenal. His older brother Romeo too plays for the club.

Romeo use to play for Gunners before joining Arsenal. He was in their under-11s team and played for past few months.

Both the brothers were recently spotted at the Emirates Stadium of Arsenal in few different occasions this season.

A close source said Cruz was thrilled and jumped to get the chance in Arsenal.

One another source said Cruz is a good little player and made a really good goal on Sunday from the corner.


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