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Jude Bellingham Real Madrid's Star Shines On In Champions League Victory



Jude Bellingham's Late Strike Rescues Real Madrid in Thrilling Champions League Clash


Once again, the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium witnessed their shining star Jude Bellingham's injury-time tap-in seal a dramatic Champions League victory for Real Madrid against debutants Union Berlin. The England midfielder's strike in the dying minutes marked his sixth goal in as many matches for Los Blancos since his summer move from Borussia Dortmund.

In the 94th minute, Federico Valverde's shot deflected into Bellingham's path, and he calmly fired home from close range, leaving Union Berlin with no time to respond in their historic first-ever Champions League outing.


Speaking to TNT Sports after the exhilarating match, Jude Bellingham expressed his satisfaction with the late goal, saying: "It is always good to score late because it normally confirms the game. It was just that mentality we have shown all season. If there are setbacks, we keep going right until the end."



As a newcomer to the club, Bellingham acknowledged the rich history of Real Madrid and the relentless spirit that characterizes the team. He stated: "I am new to the club, but I have had a TV since I was little, and I have been watching Real Madrid make comebacks from situations you thought were impossible. It is important I keep learning from the guys in there. I just have to keep going on the path I am on."

When asked if his experience at the club has met his expectations, Bellingham's response was filled with admiration and gratitude: "More. I have goosebumps talking about it now. I am so grateful to be at this club. You don't really understand how big this club is until you play for them, and now I have that honour."


As Real Madrid's Champions League campaign unfolds, Bellingham's star continues to rise, promising more unforgettable moments at the Santiago Bernabeu.


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