Fans missed Jude Bellingham's X-rated outburst in England's win over Wales
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Jude Bellingham's x-rated outburst for England against Wales has gone viral on social media.
The Borussia Dortmund midfielder started in the World Cup for the third game running and dropped another midfield masterclass as England ran out 3-0 winners in their final Group B clash.
Marcus Rashford struck a brace either side of a Phil Foden strike but Bellingham, playing a little further in front of Declan Rice and Jordan Henderson, ran the show again.
Bellingham showed he's a complete midfielder through his off the ball work and quality in possession, well and truly setting the standards.
The 19-year-old also has an aggressive side to him and that came out in the second half. In the 65th minute, with England leading 2-0 after two goals in quick succession, Bellingham darted over to press Joe Morrell by the touchline.
The Portsmouth player saw him coming and passed it back to goalkeeper Danny Ward. That frustrated the life out of Bellingham, who screamed, "Aaaargh, you f***ing c***!" in the thickest of Black Country accents.
The pitchside microphones at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium picked up the expletive-heavy comment from Bellingham, who was desperate to win the ball back.
WARNING: COLOURFUL LANGUAGE COMING YOUR WAY
Listen to the brummie accent in its finest form from Bellingham here 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/N5vMEVzgNw— Ryan (@ryaaaan1993) November 30, 2022
It happened live on BBC and the clip has since garnered over two million views on social media. Fans loved Bellingham's audition for the new season of the Peaky Blinders:
One fan wrote:"Stourbridge represent."
Another said: "Peaky Blinders."
A third added: "One of our own. Stourbridge massive. Englands best player."
A fourth joked: "I kinda want this as a ringtone lol."
Bellingham's stock continues to rise and he is now undoubtedly one of the first names on the teamsheet for the Three Lions.
Reflecting on the much-improved performance from the United States draw, he told the official England website: “We’re really happy, that was the aim coming into this game, to tie them both up, and we did. It was a good performance from us.
“We had our high energy today, we realised in the game the other day we probably weren't aggressive enough and we were a little too passive so it was important to be more on the front foot.
“Hendo [Jordan Henderson] brings that intensity every time he plays, when he gives you that confidence, I can push on and Dec [Rice] can be aggressive. We won a lot of balls high up the pitch was key to us retaining the pressure and keeping them under.”
England will face Senegal in the round of 16 on Sunday at the Al Bayt Stadium on Sunday, with kick-off slated 7pm.