Maguire: Beckham Rescued Me from My Crisis

Harry Maguire, the defender of Manchester United and the English national team, affirmed that the phone call he received from the legend David Beckham meant a lot to him, especially after being targeted by Scottish fans.

Maguire unintentionally scored an own goal against Scotland in the friendly match last month, resulting in a 3-1 victory for England in Glasgow. This incident led to him being targeted by fans, who jeered him every time he touched the ball.

Speaking to BBC on Wednesday, Maguire stated, "I spoke to Beckham after the match. He reached out to me, and it was a fantastic gesture on his part, one that I truly appreciate. This means a lot to me. I have talked throughout my career about David Beckham, as he was a player I followed since I was a young boy. This shows how classy he is by reaching out to me. It was genuinely impactful."

Maguire went on to say, "He reminded me of the journey I've had up until now, and the great moments I've experienced in my career. I believe that when you go through tough times, you need to remember past experiences and memories, and reflect on how far you've come in your professional life and what you've been through."

In conclusion, Maguire reflected, "Every journey has its ups and downs, especially when you reach the point where I am now, having been the captain of the world's biggest club for three and a half years. He's been in this position and knows how it is."

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