You better believe Landon still has it.
David Beckham and his Manchester United teammates Michael Owen and Paul Scholes brought their A game as Great Britain defeated a Rest of the World side composed of legends like Ronaldinho and Luis Figo 3-1 before a sellout crowd at Old Trafford.
David Beckham's Unicef 'Match for Children' entertained an obviously United-loving crowd as Great Britain and Ireland - a side incidentally lacking a single Irishman - won 3-1.
The sight of former United boss Sir Alex Ferguson back in the Old Trafford technical area, leading the home side was a sight to please many.
The World XI boasted stellar names such as Cafu, Luis Figo, Clarence Seedorf and Ronaldinho.
But Beckham's team were the stronger, and with current Premier League players such as John Terry, Darren Fletcher and Peter Crouch on the field, that was perhaps no surprise. It took little time for Beckham to roll back the years, delivering a superb dipping cross from the right for Scholes to meet and head in.
However, Landon's greatest contribution came in the 67th minute, as the Galaxy and former Everton loanee managed to find Dwight Yorke inside the box for the skillful finish and pull one back for the World side.