David Beckham FaceTimes his wife Victoria and children as he watches Argentina soar to victory

David Beckham watched Argentina win the World Cup on Sunday alongside his 17-year-old son Cruz.

The 47-year-old former footballer smiled broadly as he posed for a photo with his youngest son on Instagram.

Both father and son cut elegant shapes in suits and ties as they watched the game from the stands.

BIG FANS: David Beckham watched Argentina claim World Cup victory on Sunday alongside his son Cruz, 17

David wore a brown blazer with a gray shirt and polka dot tie, while Cruz wore a black suit and matching tie.

He later took to his story to share a FaceTiming photo of himself with the rest of his family to show them the winners’ party.

He captioned his wife Victoria, sons Brooklyn and Romeo, and daughter Harper Seven, writing, “A moment to share with the family.”

Sharing: He later went to his Story to FaceTiming a photo of himself with the rest of his family to show them the winners' party.

Sharing: He later went to his Story to FaceTiming a photo of himself with the rest of his family to show them the winners’ party.

Dressed up: He posed next to tennis player Emma Raducano, wearing a brown blazer with a gray shirt and polka dot tie

Dressed up: He posed next to tennis player Emma Raducano, wearing a brown blazer with a gray shirt and polka dot tie

Family: He brought his youngest son Cruz with him to Qatar, and took a selfie from the market

Family: He brought his youngest son Cruz with him to Qatar, and took a selfie from the market

Argentine fans erupted in celebrations around the world as their team triumphed, scoring every penalty while France wasted two of their own amid the mental games of Argentine goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez.

Earlier, Lionel Messi scored a desperate goal in extra time to drag his team back against defending champions France – only for Kylian Mbappe to score a hat-trick and set up penalties in the penalty shootout.

David’s appearance in the final comes after he was called a “disgrace” by comedian Joe Lysette as the athlete finally addressed his controversial £10m World Cup deal with the Arab nation.

Last month, Joe pulled off a stunt in which he threatened to destroy £10,000 of his own money unless the sports star pulled out of his deal with tournament host Qatar, where homosexuality is still illegal.

The former Manchester United player did not initially respond to requests for comment from Joe, with the comedian pretending to rip money off.

victory!  Lionel Messi of Argentina lifts the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 winner after the final match of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 between Argentina and France at Lusail Stadium

victory! Lionel Messi of Argentina lifts the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 winner after the final match of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 between Argentina and France at Lusail Stadium

However, during Thursday night’s episode of Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back, the 34-year-old comedian revealed that he received a pass from Camp David.

While Joe said he was not legally allowed to express his opinion on the statement itself, he did express his feelings about David’s deal in Qatar, while the editor of British gay lifestyle magazine Attitude called the statement “tone deaf”.

David’s team noted that the athlete sees it as “a positive thing that has stimulated discussion on key issues” from the World Cup being held in Qatar.

The statement read: ‘David has participated in a number of World Cups and other major international tournaments as a player and ambassador, and has always believed that sport has the potential to be a force for good in the world.

Winners!  Argentine fans erupted in celebrations around the world as their team triumphed, scoring every penalty while France squandered two of their own amid mental games of Argentine goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez.

Winners! Argentine fans erupted in celebrations around the world as their team triumphed, scoring every penalty while France squandered two of their own amid mental games of Argentine goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez.

“Football, the most popular sport globally, has a real power to bring people together and make a real contribution to societies.

We understand that there are different and robust views on engagement in the Middle East, but we find it positive that discussion on key issues has been catalysed directly by the first World Cup to be held in the region.

“We hope that these conversations will lead to more understanding and empathy for all people and that progress will be made.”

Earlier in the show, Joe read a tweet from a Twitter account that called him a “k**b” and said his money-shredding ploy “didn’t accomplish anything” — and to the latter, Joe agreed.

The star looked despondent as he told the audience, “I haven’t achieved anything, Beckham still hasn’t addressed the problems LGBTQ people face in Qatar.”

The ultimatum: Last month, Joe Lysette staged a stunt in which he threatened to destroy £10,000 of his own money unless David pulled out of his deal with World Cup host Qatar.

The ultimatum: Last month, Joe Lysette staged a stunt in which he threatened to destroy £10,000 of his own money unless David pulled out of his deal with World Cup host Qatar.

He continued, “People say to me why do you care so much? The reason it matters is that if someone like me lived in Qatar, they couldn’t be someone like me.

Joe went on to address LGBTQ allies, stating that if someone wants to be an ally, they need to be someone to rely on sometimes, not just when appropriate.

“I want to talk about allies,” he said, “in particular, corporations and celebrities who like to think they are allies of our society, who are happy to put up a rainbow when it costs them nothing, but they look the other way.” way when it comes to the World Cup.

What I am saying is that we need allies, but we can count on allies so that we do not run away at the moment when it seems difficult, or when the first yellow card is threatened.

“We want everyone to be our ally and we want them to remember that being an ally is for life, not just for Christmas specials.”

And while he couldn’t respond to David’s comment directly, earlier in the show, Joe criticized David’s role in Qatar, saying, “I am outraged by his blatant hypocrisy and his failure to be an ally to the gay community.”

“We deserve better than our national hero,” the comedian adds.

He also called the former England captain a “disgrace”, saying he was “disappointed that he hasn’t changed his mind”.

Then came the verdict of The Attitude Editor, Cliff Joanou, weighing in, saying, “David Hamida’s remark is humiliatingly stigmatizing and deeply disappointing.

When a FIFA World Cup ambassador describes homosexuality as a “disease of the mind,” we’re a long way from being as alone as Beckham’s uninformed spokesperson would like.

In their statement, they also highlighted that football has “a real ability to bring people together and make a real contribution to communities” – perhaps they could start by donating Beckham’s alleged £150m deal to the downtrodden communities they want to help?

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