While Zidane's final season of club football ended without a trophy, he enjoyed success on a personal note by scoring his first hat-trick , against Sevilla , in a 4–2 win in January 2006.  He ended the season for Real Madrid as their second highest goalscorer and assists provider behind teammates Ronaldo and David Beckham respectively, with nine goals and ten assists in 28 games.  On 7 May 2006, Zidane, who had announced his plans to retire after the 2006 World Cup,  played his farewell match and scored in a 3–3 draw with Villarreal . The squad wore commemorative shirts with ZIDANE 2001–2006 below the club logo. The 80,000 fans inside the Santiago Bernabéu held up a banner reading, "Thanks for the magic."