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Los Blancos’€103-million man scored his fourth in three games to lift Carlo Ancelotti’s

Real Madrid

Jude Bellingham saved his team with a late header to defeat a well-organized Celta Vigo team, becoming the third consecutive game’s hero for Real Madrid. After Vinicius Jr. left the game due to injury, Los Blancos labored for a while but ultimately prevailed 1-0 away from home. Since the start of the La Liga season, Bellingham has scored four goals in three games.

Within four minutes, Celta Vigo had a goal disallowed after Kepa Arrizibalaga was found to have been fouled in the build-up to Jorgen Strand Larsen’s flick. But Madrid’s good fortune didn’t last for very long. After going down with a right thigh injury 10 minutes later, Vinicius Jr. was taken out of the game.

And without their star player, they lacked bite. In the first half, Joselu, his replacement, came the closest. Jude Bellingham passed to him, and he had the ball in the net, but he was two yards offside. When Rodrygo was fed by Bellingham and clipped by the Celta Vigo goalkeeper inside the area, Madrid had its finest opportunity of the second half. However, Rodrygo missed the resulting penalty.

But when Bellingham had his own opportunity, he seized it. A well-executed corner routine resulted in the new signing scoring Madrid’s lone goal, sealing a 1-0 victory in an otherwise lackluster display.

Kepa Arrizabalaga, goalkeeper and defender (6/10):

VAR made a marginally favorable decision to overturn Celta’s goal. Besides burning the clock in the waning seconds, there wasn’t much else to do.

Dani Carvajal (8/10): A dynamic player who tackles hard and plays creatively on the right. His best showing thus far this season.

Antonio Rudiger (7/10) did a respectable job of controlling Celta’s front two. In place of the injured Eder Militao, he has fit in well.

David Alaba (7/10): A cool performance against Strand Larsen, a confident striker. Bossed his backline a bit as well.

Fran Garcia (6/10): Strong offensively and improved defensively. increasing with each game

Aurelien Tchouameni (6/10): He tackles well and has greatly improved moving forward. Excellent shift. after an hour was sacrificed for Kroos.

started on the right and shifted to the left, according to Federico Valverde (7/10). carried the ball well and covered territory, but had more to give in the final third, especially with Los Blancos lacking in strength up front.

(7/10) Eduardo Camavinga: Consistently dependable. passed brilliantly and won the ball a lot. He’s also developing into a much better dribbler. Unlucky to be substituted.
Jude Bellingham (8 out of 10):

again scored the winning goal. Fed Rodrygo to win Madrid’s penalty with a superb reverse ball. created a few other good opportunities. Unbeatable value.