Jude Bellingham Makes Shushing Motion to Barcelona Fans After Real Madrid’s Dramatic El Clasico Win

Jude Bellingham Makes Shushing Motion to Barcelona Fans After Real Madrid’s Dramatic El Clasico Win

Joel Reyes
April 22, 2024 at 12:41 AM
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  • Real Madrid defeated Barcelona in their Spanish La Liga showdown on Sunday
  • Jude Bellingham gave Real Madrid all three points with a goal in injury time
  • He made a shushing motion to Barcelona fans during the post-match celebration

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Jude Bellingham is the man of the moment for Real Madrid.

He scored another important goal for the hosts, netting the match-winner in Real Madrid's 3-2 victory over Barcelona in their La Liga showdown on Sunday.

He endeared himself to Real Madrid supporters even more after the game, making a shushing motion to Barca fans during the post-match celebration.

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Real Madrid's Jude Bellingham celebrates after scoring a goal against Barcelona on Sunday. Image: Burak Akbulu.
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A video of the Englishman silencing the away fans was captured inside the Santiago Bernabeu, with the clip immediately going viral.

Bellingham steals show in El Clasico win

Bellingham has every reason to be happy after his dazzling display against the Catalan giants.

He struck in the first minute of second-half stoppage time, smashing his attempt into the roof of the net after a cross from the right flank found him wide open inside the box.

It was an important win for Real Madrid, which moved ever closer to winning the La Liga title. They opened up an 11-point lead over Barcelona at the top of the standings, with just six matches remaining in their schedule.

The win didn't come easy for Los Blancos, though, as they had to come from behind twice to secure the victory.

Andreas Christensen opened the scoring for Barcelona in the sixth minute before Vinicius Junior equalised with a penalty in the 18th minute.

Barca regained the lead in the 69th minute through a Fermin Lopes strike, but Real Madrid immediately responded with a goal from Lucas Vazquez in the 73rd minute.

That set up a frantic finish, with Bellingham providing the final say with his late goal. With the victory, Real Madrid extended their unbeaten record across all competitions to 28 games, per the BBC.

No goal-line technology in La Liga

Sports Brief recently reported on why there's no goal-line technology in La Liga.

That became a hot topic again after Barcelona were controversially denied a goal in the first half.

Lamine Yamal thought he had scored, but the referee deemed the ball had not crossed the line.

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Joel Reyes is a sports editor at Sportsbrief.com with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of the Philippines. He has eight years of work experience in sports writing.