Jude is unbreakable, the new reason that leaves Cristiano in the shadows

By Liam Styles

Jude is unbreakable, the new reason that leaves Cristiano in the shadows

Jude Bellingham is beginning to set a trend at Real Madrid, with just 15 games wearing the Madrid shirt.

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Real Madrid forward, Jude Bellingham, does not stop breaking records. This Wednesday he added one more to his tally after scoring in the 22nd minute against Napoli. With that goal, he becomes the first Real Madrid player to score in his first four UEFA Champions League games, wearing the merengue shirt.

The white shirt has not been too big for the young Englishman, much less in a tournament as prestigious as the European Cup, where not everyone knows how to consecrate themselves. Bellingham has grown in the continental tournament dominated by Real Madrid with 14 titles, and his numbers confirm it.

Since he arrived at Real Madrid he has scored 15 times. He has expressed that self-confidence on the pitch with a relaxed, and at the same time dominant, attitude. Those 15 goals give him the title of Merengue's top net-breaker up to this point, in a season that still has many stories to tell.

The fact takes on its true magnitude when reviewing that he has achieved that number of goals in practically the same number of games, 16. And best of all, his comfort on the field is due to an impeccable reading by coach Carlo Ancelotti in the use of his star reinforcement, the one that has made us forget at times the absence of the idol Karim Benzema, who ended up in Arab football in the last market.

Carlo Ancelotti's credit in Jude Bellingham's success

The Italian strategist changed his plans to adapt to a player who knew that he could have extranormal qualities. The 9 that he asked for after Benzema's departure did not arrive, but he knew how to make Bellingham cover that scoring figure and also have a more dynamic impact in the midfield than that of a striker. As if that were not enough, in Cadiz last weekend, Bellingham surpassed the longest scoring streak by a debutant with Real Madrid, which until this Sunday was held by none other than the greatest in the club's history, CR7.

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