Beckham was given a standing ovation by the Galaxy fans
David Beckham's LA Galaxy side have confirmed themselves as Major League Soccer Western Conference winners after a 2-0 win over San Jose Earthquakes.
England midfielder Beckham, 34, played an integral part in Sunday's win at the Home Depot Centre.
"We wanted to finish off on a high especially in front of our fans and we did do that," Beckham told mls.net.
Galaxy will face Chivas USA, who lost 3-2 to Houston Dynamo, in next week's semi-final series.
Beckham, capped 115 times by England, received a standing ovation when he was replaced by Jovan Kirovski four minutes from time on Sunday.
That was a marked contrast from earlier in the season when he was confronted by Galaxy fans who jeered him on his return from a loan spell in Italy with AC Milan.
Whilst Galaxy clinched a place in the play-offs three weeks ago, Beckham insisted that it was important they continue their momentum to secure what is the team's first Western Conference title in seven years.
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