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Jude Bellingham Serenaded by Real Madrid With Beatles Iconic Song, Video
- English midfielder Jude Bellingham is loving life at Spanish giants Real Madrid
- He has scored five goals in his first five appearances to become a fan favourite
- Madrid fans were heard singing a classic Beatles song for Bellingham recently
Jude Bellingham has been a Real Madrid player for a few months and is already a fan favourite. Most recently, Los Blancos fans were singing the iconic Beatles song, Hey Jude.
The Englishman failed to score for the first time this season against Real Sociedad, but few expected he would score five La Liga goals in his first five appearances for the club.
Before their hard-fought 2-1 win over Real Sociedad, Bellingham received the La Liga Player of the Month award for August.
The 20-year-old played a key role in Madrid's early season form. After beating Sociedad, they have maintained a 100% record in the league this season.
The ex-Borussia Dortmund superstar has scored five goals in five appearances for the club and will need to maintain that form, considering Vinicius Jr is out injured for a few weeks.
Bellingham's five goals in his first four La Liga games also matched Cristiano Ronaldo's record when he first joined the club in 2009, per 90min.
Madrid fans sing for Bellingham
During the match, Madrid fans were heard singing the Beatles' 1968 iconic song Hey Jude, according to a video posted on X by Guillermo Rai. This was not the first time Madrid fans serenaded the young English star.
After scoring a 95th-minute winner for Madrid against Getafe at the Santiago Bernabeu on September 2 to secure a 2-1 win, Bellingham heard the song.
"It's the loudest moment I've heard in a stadium, happily it was for my goal. When they were singing 'Hey Jude' at the end, I got goosebumps. I just wanted to stand still and listen to them. My legs were shaking," the midfielder said via France24.
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Carlo Ancelotti's side signed Bellingham from Dortmund for a fee of €103 million.
Real Madrid boss sets target for Bellingham
Earlier, Sports Brief reported on Ancelotti being deeply impressed by his English star, following yet another standout performance by the high-flying midfielder.
Following the 2-1 victory for Real Madrid against Getafe, the coach is confident Bellingham will continue to score and has set him a seasonal goal target of 15 scores.