David Beckham is a famous person who played football very well for England. He also owns a football team in America where Messi plays. Messi is another famous person who plays football very well.
David Beckham likes to help people who are poor or sick. He works with UNICEF, which is an organization that helps children around the world. He visited India for three days to see how UNICEF is helping children here. He also likes cricket, which is a game that many people in India love. He met two great cricket players, Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli.
India won the semi-final against New Zealand last night after failing in the last two World Cups. They are now in the Final of the World Cup and will be waiting for Either Australia or South Africa to go up against them. It was a dream match for the Indian team, and all the players, especially Mohammed Shami, took responsibility for the bowling unit on his shoulders and took 7 wickets, which is the best figure by th bowler in the World Cup. It was also the day when Virat Kohli broke Sachin Tendulkar’s record of scoring the highest total in the World Cup and Highest century in the ODI cricket with his 50th century.
David Beckham watched a cricket match between India and New Zealand. It was a crucial match because the winner would go to the final of the World Cup. The World Cup is a big tournament where many countries play cricket against each other. He said he was happy to be in India and enjoyed the stadium’s atmosphere. He said it was extraordinary, and he felt lucky to be there. The other semi-final match will be between South Africa and Australia. It will be in Kolkata, which is another city in India.
“An incredibly special few days with @unicef here in Gujarat. It’s a great privilege to see first-hand the work Unicef is doing on the ground to support children and their families. The energy and innovation I have seen here has been so inspiring and I loved hearing the children’s stories and their hopes and dreams for the future. When we empower young people, we see the change they can bring to their communities,”David Beckham Wrote
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