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Jude Bellingham sends X-rated message to Real Madrid teammate after El Clasico winner vs Barcelona

Jude Bellingham sends X-rated message to Real Madrid teammate after El Clasico winner vs Barcelona

Jude Bellingham stole the show as Real Madrid beat Barcelona on Sunday night.

Jude Bellingham sent an X-rated message to his Real Madrid teammate after beating Barcelona.

On Sunday night, the last El Clasico of the 23/24 season took place at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.

Barcelona took the lead on two occasions after Andreas Christensen and Fermin Lopez scored either side of a Vinicius Junior penalty.

However, Xavi’s men failed to hold on as Lucas Vazquez equalised in the 73rd minute before Bellingham scored the winner in stoppage time to seal a 3-2 victory for Los Blancos.

As a result, Carlo Ancelotti’s men now have one hand on the La Liga trophy as they went 11 points clear at the top of the table.

After the match, Madrid hero Bellingham took to social media and sent out an X-rated message directed at teammate Vazquez.

The Englishman wrote: “Lucas Vazquez you f**king legend.”

Vazquez had a brilliant game as he was involved in all three of Madrid’s goals, having won the penalty for Vinicius to score, netting his team’s second before providing the assist for Bellingham’s winner.


Speaking after the match, Barcelona boss Xavi was left fuming over a lack of technology after his side had a potential goal ruled out by VAR.

He said: “Everyone has seen the referee’s performance. They can sanction me, but the images are there for all to see. We have been better than Real Madrid and we deserved all three points.

“Marc-Andre Ter Stegen said lack of goalline technology is a shame? Well, I totally agree. It is a shame. Yes, it is, yes. I think yesterday they asked me about the referee and I said I hope he goes unnoticed and gets it right. Well, neither of those things... A shame. If we want to be the best League in the world, we have to move forward and implement technology.”

Meanwhile, Madrid manager Ancelotti disagreed, he said: “The possible goal was not a goal. The ball did not go in. The penalty seems quite clear to me. I’ll take the game, it was good on our part and also on Barcelona’s part. It was a high-level match.

“I don’t want to give an opinion on what Xavi thinks; everyone has their opinion. I prefer to talk about the game, it was even, competitive, with good moments from both teams. In the end, with the last drop of energy, we won. And we are good in the table.”

Featured Image Credit: Getty/X@BellinghamJude

Topics: Jude Bellingham, Real Madrid, Barcelona, La Liga, Football