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Jude Bellingham hilariously 'ignored' one fan with a sign asking for the player's shirt, following England's win against San Marino, and instead handed his kit to another fan.
Bellingham completed 90 minutes for the first time in a competitive game for England on Monday night, as Gareth Southgate's side absolutely battered the worst ranked team in international football.
The Borussia Dortmund midfielder is already a popular player in the squad, despite only making 10 appearances so far, and lots of fans want to see him start more often.
One fan who was certainly happy to see the 18-year-old was a kid who followed a recent trend by taking a sign to the game asking for Bellingham's shirt.
Instead the midfielder missed the plea and instead handed it over to another fan, which actually pleased people online who aren't a fan of the trend.
Massive fan of Bellingham now. These shirt sign wankers need to stop. pic.twitter.com/IX7LWxa2Oy— Johnny Undercover (@jc_noon) November 16, 2021
Bellingham being a shithouse - love it!!! https://t.co/QXhyfWFpTL— 🔰MikeC🔰(Legacy Fan of a dirty6 club) (@Mikec81united) November 16, 2021
Bellingham has made an enemy for life out of this kid https://t.co/IXeuloY36y— Legacy Fan Matt 🇾🇪 (@BigRed__M) November 16, 2021
Why’s everyone tweeting Jude Bellingham telling him to send the lad a signed shirt?— Rob (@8dayRob) November 16, 2021
He’s got a sign asking for one should be an automatic lifetime stadium ban https://t.co/aaCVZxMaCT
However, Bellingham is a much nicer person than those on Twitter, and the disappointed fan was actually pointed out to the former Birmingham City player.
He revealed that a mention of the Championship side was exactly why he went over to one fan and not any others to throw his shirt in the crowd.
The disappointed England supporter will be pleased to know that he'll soon be getting a Borussia Dortmund shirt instead, tough look if he prefers Bayern Munich.
Bellingham is so good that even Roy Keane was full of praise for the youngster, which is pretty impressive considering the Irishman is not quick to praise anyone, especially when on England duty.
The teenager has been linked with a move to Liverpool in recent weeks and he had to delete a social media post after people thought it confirmed the news.
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