An achievement in itself, David Beckham's 100-cap club for his country has not only earned him accolades, it's got him a 32 GB Personalized Golden iPod (£600) to mark the occasion. His colleagues have gifted the iPod to him. He reached his century during last week's friendly match with France in Paris.
As you can see it is not just your standard Apple product but rather a golden 32-gigabyte personalised version to mark the occasion. Beckham, who made his England debut in September 1996 against Moldova, was picked for new coach Fabio Capello's second national squad, after missing the friendly with Swtizerland due to lack of match fitness.
The LA Galaxy midfielder started the France game in his preferred right-midfield position before being replaced by David Bentley just after the hour mark.
Beckham looks like to add to his 100 caps following Capello's post-match appraisal of his performance, and with just four men ahead of him there is a small possibility the Leytonstone-born footballer could surpass former goalkeeper Peter Shilton's record of 125 England appearances if he is able to continue playing until the 2010 World Cup in South Africa as he desires.
In the meantime he can enjoy listening to his wife's back catalogue on his £600 ipod - he certainly has enough storage space with 32 GB.