Jude Bellingham’s late winner seals El Clasico victory for Real Madrid

Jude Bellingham scored a crucial injury-time goal for Real Madrid, securing a 3-2 victory against Barcelona. The match was intense, with Andreas Christensen scoring first for Barcelona and Vinicius Jr. penalty equalizing for Real Madrid. Bellingham's late winner extended Real Madrid's lead to 11 points, making him the first player since Ruud van Nistelrooy in 2007 to score in his first two matches against Barcelona.

Jude Bellingham's Late Winner Seals El Clasico Victory For Real Madrid

England midfielder Jude Bellingham scored a crucial injury-time goal to secure a 3-2 victory for Real Madrid against Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu. The goal, Bellingham’s 17th in the league this season, came in front of a roaring crowd of 78,000 fans.

Following his goal, Bellingham celebrated with a unique dance at the corner flag, joined by teammate Lucas Vazquez. The duo appeared to be dancing The Lambeth Walk, much to the delight of the fans. The match saw an intense battle, with Andreas Christensen scoring first for Barcelona, followed by a Vinicius Jr penalty to level the score. Fermin Lopez then put Barcelona ahead, but Vazquez’s 73rd-minute strike equalized for Real Madrid.

Bellingham’s late winner secured Real Madrid’s victory, extending their lead at the top of the table over Barcelona to 11 points. This was Bellingham’s second El Clasico, and his goal made him the first player since Ruud van Nistelrooy in 2007 to score in his first two matches against Barcelona.

Jude Bellingham

Jude Bellingham

Forwarder, Midfielder

EnglandEngland

Age: 21

186 cm

kg

Season 2023/2024
Played 27 9 Missed
Minutes 2236 82.8 Avg
Goals 18 0.7 Avg
Assist 6 0.2 Avg
Attempt 76 2.8 Avg
Passes 1422 52.782.9% AvgSucc
Yellow 5 0.2 Avg
Red 1 0.0 Avg

This season he played in total 25 times for 2122 minutes for La Liga.

Jude Bellingham scored 16 goals for Real Madrid. He procured 4 assists. He received 5 yellow cards and 1 red card.

His team is currently 1st in La Liga. In the last match Real Madrid won 3-2 against FC Barcelona.

Real Madrid performance and stats

Real Madrid

Manager: Carlo Ancelotti
Rank 1st
Win 28
Draw 6
Loss 1
Goals 78-22
Diff 56
Rank 1st
Win 6
Draw 0
Loss 0
Goals 16-7
Diff 9

Real Madrid is currently 1st in the La Liga with 81 points.

In the last 32 games, it has won 25 times, drawn 6 times, and lost once. In its last match, Real Madrid won 3-2 against FC Barcelona.‚Äč‚Äč

It has a positive goal difference after scoring 70 goals and conceding 22.‚Äč

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