By Conor Laird
Real Madrid star Jude Bellingham has, on Saturday evening, etched his name firmly into the history books of the Spanish giants.
For those not aware, Real were back in action a short time ago….CONTINUE READING
After kicking their La Liga campaign into gear in style courtesy of a 2-0 downing of Athletic Club last weekend, Carlo Ancelotti’s troops made the trip to the Estadio Mediterráneo, hopeful of making it six points from six at the expense of Almeria.
And, when all was said and done, this is precisely what Los Blancos went on to do.
The aforementioned Bellingham, meanwhile, proved himself the star of the show.
Amid another stellar all-round display, the England international played a direct hand in all three of Real’s goals, nothching a brace, before laying on Vinicius Jr. for the visitors’ 3rd of the night.
One goal against Athletic Club, two goals against Almería.
Jude Bellingham already looks like a galáctico 🤩 pic.twitter.com/JDToRHJLT0
— B/R Football (@brfootball) August 19, 2023
And, in the process, Bellingham, as alluded to above, made history.
As revealed by statistician Mister Chip, the 20-year-old tonight became just the 5th player since all the way back in 1955 to score in each of his first two La Liga appearances for Real Madrid….CONTINUE READING
The last? Cristiano Ronaldo, back in 2009.
Últimos 5 jugadores del Real Madrid que marcaron en su primer y en su segundo partido en La Liga:
Heliodoro Castaño, en 1955
Antonio Gómez, en 1996
Wesley Sneijder, en 2007
Cristiano Ronaldo, en 2009
JUDE BELLINGHAM, en 2023
— MisterChip (Alexis) (@2010MisterChip) August 19, 2023
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