- David Beckham witnessed his son being mocked after his side lost a game
- Romeo plays for Brentford's B team who were beaten by a non-league side
- The 20-year-old saw his side concede two goals after he was brought on
Manchester United legend, David Beckham watched his son get mocked during a London Senior Cup match on March 20.
Beckham was among the fans at the Silver Jubilee Park to watch his son's side, Brentford B take on non-league side, Hendon in the cup's quarter-finals.
Romeo Beckham was introduced in the 73rd minute with the tie evenly poised at 1-1. A late rally from Hendon saw them score two goals and win the tie 3-1.
At the end of the game, Becks' son was subjected to brutal chants of 'Romeo Beckham, it’s all your fault', as reported by the Daily Star.
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The publication stated Beckham senior quickly left the pitch afterwards. He has been in attendance at a couple of games ever since Romeo moved to England from Inter Miami on a loan deal.
Romeo Beckham's stunning free kick
While at Inter Miami, David Beckham was left in awe after Romeo scored a stunning free kick at 25 years out for his Major League Soccer franchise.
Beckham junior's sublime effort had fans talking as it bore all the hallmarks of his famous father's trademark set pieces.
During his iconic playing career, Beckham Senior was famous as a clinical set-piece taker and his clinical finishes saw him establish himself as Manchester United's regular free kick taker.
Beckham could buy Manchester United
Previously, Sports Brief reported on Man United legend, David Beckham reportedly preparing to buy the Old Trafford club after it was put on sale by current owners, the Glazers.
The owners, who bought the Premier League giants for £790 million back in 2005, are understood to have put the club on the market in November and want a whopping £8 billion.
In subsequent months, however, talks of a Beckham takeover have quietened down with the UK's richest man, Sir Jim Ratcliffe and a Qatari-backed bid leading the race for the club.