He scored 182 so far.
Well I don't know, I think it's David Beckham, I know it is! It's not David Beckham, he's not even a goalkeeper (goal keepers normally take goal kicks).Unless the question is actually asking what's the furthest out a goal has been scored from. Even then the answer isn't Beckham; he has famously scored from close to the half way line early in his career but several players have scored from their own half. I remember a goal by a goalkeeper (Pat Jennings I think) which was scored by a long kick from his hands from his own penalty area, the ball buounced over the GK at the other end and into the net...But if the question really is about the longest goal kick (i.e. a player kicking the ball from within the six yard box folloiwn the attacking side putting the ball wide of or over ther goal and between the cornber flags) I don't know!
David Beckham scored an own goal in the match between Manchester United and Blackburn Rovers on 22 August 2001 at Old Trafford. The match ended in a 2-2 draw with Beckham sealing the equaliser for the Red Devils in the 78th minute. Match report: http://soccernet.espn.go.com/match?id=18312&cc=5739
Yes he scored one when he was on loan at Crewe Alexandra.
Beckham made his international debut against Moldova in a World Cup qualifier as a 21-year-old in 1996.
Yes he was in the first of the three Goal! films He also appeared in Bend It Like Beckham.
Stoichkov scored his last goal for Sofia f.c.
David Kelly scored the first goal for Ireland. It came after 21 minutes. David Platt scored what would have been England's first goal, but it was disallowed. The match was abandoned shortly after that due to a riot. So David Kelly's goal was the first and only goal of the match.
when he scored his first and last goal of his career
France 98 against columbia!
If you are asking of the Barcelona verses Arsenal game , then David Villa scored the first goal.