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Watch Vinicius and Bellingham’s Training Ground Moment That Sparked Reaction in Win Against Girona
- Real Madrid continued their impressive start to the season with a victory against highflying Girona
- The La Liga giants raced to a convincing victory courtesy of another stellar display by Jude Bellingham
- A moment where the midfielder and Vinicius Jr. turned the game into an impromptu training session has generated a flurry of fan reactions
Real Madrid made light work of their early season test away at La Liga club Girona. The Catalan side, currently experiencing their best-ever start to a Spanish league campaign, came into the clash against Los Blancos undefeated.
The game which started on a nervy note for the side from the Spanish capital, witnessed goalkeeper Kepa Arizzabalaga called into action as early as the second minute. The Real Madrid shot-stopper would again be called in the fourth minute following Viktor Tsigankov's header from Miguel Gutierrez's cross.
Los Blancos nonetheless took full control after striker Joselu Marto latched onto a sublime cross from Jude Bellingham.
Carlo Ancelotti's men would go on to impose themselves on their host with subsequent goals from midfield duo Aurienlien Tchoumeni and Bellingham, as reported by Goal.
Amid an utterly dominant showing from the La Liga club, the act of Brazilian star Vinicius Jr and Bellingham has caught the attention of many.
The Real Madrid youngsters had a brief moment when they transformed the game into an impromptu training session.
As seen in a video shared on social media by @totalcristiano, the hilarious moment has generated a flurry of reactions among fans.
Fans react to Bellingham and Vinicius' moment
@supo4luv saluting the players posted
"Amazing stuff 😍😍."
@HancokUndead appeared to be thinking outside the box responded:
"They're trying to complete enough passes so that the possession stats are now in our favour instead of against 🤨🤔."
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@BenOfMadrid14 also tweeted
"My starbois ⭐️."
Vinicius Jr names childhood idol
Sports Brief in a previous report stated Real Madrid attacker Vinicius Jr has named his childhood footballing hero.
The forward who recently returned from a lengthy injury layoff, disclosed his choice of his childhood footballing hero, amongst a few other topics in an interview.
The 23-year-old Brazilian snubbed Cristiano Ronaldo, whom he has often shown huge admiration and his long-standing rival Lionel Messi in favour of his Brazilian teammate Neymar Jr.