Real Madrid emergency…’13 goals and 3 assists in 14 games’ Bellingham ruled out of UCL due to injury
Jude Bellingham has been ruled out of the UEFA Champions League (UCL) with a shoulder injury.
“Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has spoken about Jude Bellingham’s injury,” Spanish media outlet ‘As’ reported on May 5 (KST).
Real Madrid played Rayo Vallecano to a 0-0 draw in the 12th round of the Spanish Primera Liga at the Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid, Spain on May 5.
Bellingham, who started the game, went down in the eighth minute of the first half while trying to retain possession of the ball. It didn’t appear to be a serious injury, but he didn’t get up easily.
The medical staff came in to check his condition and he played the full game.
After the game, Ancelotti said: “Bellingham has a problem with his shoulder. We will examine him tomorrow. It doesn’t look serious.
I hope he will be back for the UCL game.”
Any injury to Bellingham would be an “emergency” for the team. Real Madrid have been criticized for their somewhat frustrating tactics this season.
They currently sit second in La Liga with nine wins, two draws, and one loss, but that wouldn’t be possible without Bellingham.
The midfielder has scored 13 goals and provided three assists in 14 games since joining Real Madrid this season.
Despite being a midfielder, he has a better eye for goal than most strikers. 카지노사이트777
Only Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 10 goals in his first 10 games since joining Real Madrid.
“Bellingham is the first player to score 10 goals in his first 10 games for Real Madrid since Ronaldo in the 2009/10 season,” according to British outlet TalkSPORT.
In the UCL, he also set a record that Ronaldo never achieved. Bellingham scored in his first three games of the competition.
He is the second player to do so since Christian Karembu in 1998.
Bellingham is the team’s leading scorer.
If he goes down with an injury, it might not be the desired outcome.
The good news is that the injury doesn’t appear to be serious.
Real Madrid will play their UCL Group C fourth round home game against Braga on September 9th.