i think it was the most loudest crowd in history of wembley, well almost. when becks coming on to replace theo walcott, the crowd cheered hearing becks name was announced. it was nice though as i have not heard his news for days. the crowd loved him and i did too. he paid back the enourmous greeting by giving them something to cheer about. he set wayne rooney's second goal of the night. he may have played for less than 20 mins but he had proven that he could still play part in the national team. as a fan, i am proud to what he'd done to his country. he is a true patriot by not letting criticism brings him down. go becks!!!
In the 77th minute of the game striker Wayne Rooney scored, giving England fans something to cheer about again. However, the biggest cheer of the night came in the two minutes later when David Beckham took the field, replacing Theo Walcott. Beckham’s mere presence seemed to breathe confidence into the rest of the team. The LA Galaxy star’s quality and accuracy of crossing that created numerous opportunities for the England forwards. Rooney scored again in the 86th minute and was given a well-deserved rest made way for Jermain Defoe who became the third and final substitute. Defoe netted probably the best goal of the night within his first 4 minutes of play, rounding off a 5-1 score line which flattered the overall 90 minute performance of the England team.
courtesy of harvard crimson