Reporter Nam Jeong-hoon = Jude Bellingham remembered El Clásico.
British media ‘Goal.com’ reported on the 27th (Korean time), ‘Jude Bellingham selected Cristiano Ronaldo’s celebration ahead of the match between Real Madrid and Barcelona as the most ‘iconic’ El Clásico moment.’
Bellingham continued his stellar start to the season by scoring another goal for Real Madrid in a 2-1 Champions League win over Braga on Tuesday. The England international has currently scored 11 goals in 12 appearances in La Liga and is performing well for both club and country.
There was no doubt that Bellingham, who played for Borussia Dortmund before the move, was one of the world’s best talents, but it was expected that it would take time to adapt to a new league in a foreign country with new team-mates who spoke a different language.
Cristiano Ronaldo comes to mind, but Bellingham’s six goals and two assists in his first seven La Liga games before his two goals against Osasuna were better than the six goals and one assist Ronaldo had scored since his move from Manchester United.
Bellingham is a player with similar qualities to Ronaldo. By scoring Madrid’s second goal in the 3–2 win over Napoli, he became only the second Madrid player to score in his first two Champions League games for the club. The only other player on this list is Cristiano Ronaldo.
And there hasn’t been a player like him in Madrid since. After Ronaldo left in 2018, Benzema led the team in goals from the front, but as he entered his mid-30s, it became clear that he could not be a long-term solution.
Vinicius Junior had attacking stardom and skill, but through no fault of his own, he was not as beloved by Spanish football as Ronaldo.
His influence is greater than that. Bellingham and Ronaldo are two fundamentally different players, but they captured Madrid’s imagination in the same way. Also, it will be difficult to keep up with the number of trophies that Ronaldo has created. However, Bellingham is a player who will present a new paradigm for Real Madrid.
Ahead of El Clásico, TVE asked Bellingham about his favorite moments from the prestigious rivalry. It didn’t take long for Bellingham to single out Ronaldo’s ‘calm’ celebration as Mourinho’s side won 2-1 at Barcelona in April 2012. After scoring his goal, Ronaldo gestured to the home fans to calm down and then pointed to his chest. And that always seems to have been the case with Bellingham.토스카지노 주소
He said, “I always remember the ceremony. I remember Ronaldo calmly celebrating at the Camp Nou. That scene remains in my mind as an iconic moment.”
Now he is preparing for one of the most important matches of his career. A win would put them four points ahead of their fierce rival Barcelona, but a loss would put Barcelona ahead of Real Madrid.