Snarling Jude Bellingham takes on two Getafe players in shoving match as 'the Brummie in him comes out full force' | The Sun

JUDE BELLINGHAM has proven that he will not be bullied by older pros.

The England star has had a sensational start to life at Real Madrid.

Bellingham, 20, has scored five goals in four games since making his £115million switch from Borussia Dortmund.

He continued his run of scoring in every match on Saturday, by netting a dramatic 95th minute winner against Getafe.

His quality has never been in doubt, with his goalscoring prowess immediately clear to everyone.

But he also has amazing heart and battling qualities.


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Earlier in the match, a pair of Getafe players tried to rough him up a little.

In a video clip circulating on social media, Bellingham can be seen getting into a shoving match with defender Domingos Duarte.

The former Birmingham starlet wasn't willing to back down against his 28-year-old opponent.

Duarte's 33-year-old centre-back partner Stefan Mitrovic then came steaming in, bumping into Bellingham.

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But the youngster wouldn't be perturbed, going on to bag his dramatic last minute goal.

Following the shoving match, one fan tweeted: "The brummy in him came out."

While a second joked: "The brummie in him came in full force."

A third tweeted: "I’m loving Bellingham more and more."

Another added: "He knows how to handle bulls/bullies."

After his new star's latest heroics, Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti set him a goals target.

He breaks lines, has a great movement, constant, that's why he scores so many goals

He said: "He can score 15 goals without a problem.

"He stands out because he moves very well without the ball. This is the main quality of him.

"He breaks lines, has a great movement, constant, that's why he scores so many goals. He was very calm, very focused.

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"He really wanted to play here, but I have seen him very calm, very focused on the game."

Real Madrid are next in action on September 17, when they take on Real Sociedad at the Bernabeu.

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