Jude Bellingham eclipsed Ronaldo in a split second

Jude Bellingham equaled Cristiano Ronaldo’s record after a brilliant moment helping Real Madrid successfully come back last night. He scored for the fourth consecutive match, giving Real Madrid victory over Getafe – equaling Cristiano Ronaldo’s record in the process.

Jude Bellingham equaled Cristiano Ronaldo’s record at Real Madrid, after scoring a stoppage-time winner against away team Getafe. The Englishman, a summer signing from Dortmund, scored the winning goal in the 90+5 minute at the Bernabeu, which meant scoring in four consecutive games. Before that, only Ronaldo could do this when he moved to Real in 2009.

Bellingham really quickly showed that his high price was worth every penny. Real won the race to own this attacking midfielder against Premier League clubs. Right in his La Liga debut, he conceded a goal against Bilbao, followed by two defeats by generals Almeria and Celta Vigo.

His figure of 5 goals after 4 matches is equal to Ronaldo, who 15 years ago scored against Villarreal, Espanyol, Deportivo and also scored twice against Xerex. Bellingham’s efforts helped Real get 4 wins after 4 rounds, expanding their chances of regaining the La Liga championship.

Coach Carlo Ancelotti’s team ended last season without winning any major titles, but Bellingham is rekindling hope this season. The 20-year-old is on track to break his own best goalscoring record as Ancelotti has claimed Bellingham would be the perfect replacement for Karim Benzema.

“We have to continue like that. Jude Bellingham always scores. With his top form, we will have much success this season. I think I can comfortably sleep with the pillow elevated because Bellingham scores as sharp as Benzema, not to mention his assists and attractive football.”

Bellingham was originally a product of the Birmingham City training academy. Then, he chose to join Dortmund instead of MU. Playing regularly in the Bundesliga has helped the teenager continue to thrive, but now, surrounded by world-class players, he has progressed rapidly.

“I think I’m playing 10 times better than I was last season,” Bellingham said recently. I’m learning from the super good players here. Real’s football level is very high, and I was like a greedy sponge absorbing everything. Sang Real is truly a top experience.”

Real’s next match is against Sociedad before Bellingham gets its first taste of the Madrid derby while the first El Clasico of the season takes place at the end of October. Real also prepare for Champions group stage matches League with Napoli, Braga and Union Berlin.

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