Real Madrid’s Jude Bellingham scored twice in a 4-0 home win over Osasuna in La Liga on Saturday in another impressive performance as the England midfielder makes his first 10 starts for his new side. Scored an astonishing 10 goals.
The 20-year-old Bellingham has scored 10 goals from 19 shots and his exceptional efficiency makes his move to La Liga look incredibly easy.
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He equals Cristiano Ronaldo’s tally of 10 goals but has provided three assists to the Portuguese’s one in his first 10 games for Real Madrid in all competitions.
Bellingham opened the scoring in the ninth minute with an unstoppable close-range shot and extended the lead in the 54th minute with a beautiful shot between the goalkeeper’s legs.
Vinicius Junior scored the third goal after a quick counterattack in the 65th minute, and assisted Jose Lu for the fourth goal in the 70th minute.
In the 84th minute, the Spanish forward had a chance to score a fifth penalty kick, but failed to take it.
“(Bellingham) is incredible! He was born to play for Real Madrid, to leave a mark and create eras at the biggest club in the world,” Vinicius told Movistar Plus.
“We have a special bond and I hope it lasts for many years and that we can play here for a long time.
“I’m delighted to be playing with Jude, he’s one of the best players in the world at such a young age. We’re all delighted and the fans are enjoying themselves.”
After the game, Real Madrid coach Ancelotti also praised Bellingham.
Ancelotti said: “Bellingham gives us a lot of possibilities up front. He is involved in the attack and not having a fixed position gives him an advantage.” “The start of the season has been surprising. No one expected the goal It will reach this level.”
What surprised him most? los blancosAs a new star, the experienced Italian coach has particularly outstanding qualities.
“Bellingham’s maturity… he learns very quickly. He’s happy to be here, he’s enjoying the moment but down to earth, professional and serious,” Ancelotti said.
Real Madrid have 24 points from nine games, two ahead of Girona, which beat Cadiz 1-0 away from home earlier on Saturday. With one game remaining, Barcelona are third on 20 points and face Granada on Sunday.