Beckham signs off with double
Wednesday 17 May 2006
David Beckham scored his first double in Spain - a 35-yard free-kick and a tap-in - to sign off for Real Madrid before joining up with England.
Beckham started the game with strapping around his right knee but looked in good shape before being substituted on 56 minutes.
Seville eventually ran out 4-3 winners but Madrid finished second in La Liga, qualifying for the Champions' League, after rivals Valencia lost 2-1 to Osasuna.
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