Jude Bellingham assured that he really enjoyed the England’s victory against Italy which gave him a pass this Tuesday to the Euro 2024 Championship. The English footballer participated in his team’s first two goals, forcing the penalty scored by Harry Kane to make it 1-1 and giving the assist to Marcus Rashford to make it 2-1.
“I have enjoyed it a lot. We have played very good football, we always hope to come back,” Bellingham said on the field. “These are the kind of games you want to play. We have shown the fans how good we can be. I think people enjoyed today. I don’t play much in England so I always enjoy coming here,” added the player. of Real Madrid, to whom the Wembley public address system dedicated the Beatles’ ‘Hey Jude’.
Later, on ESPN, Jude was very clear. He couldn’t be happier at the Bernabu and proclaimed his love for the new team: “I want to stay at Real Madrid for the next 10-15 years of my life. It’s where I want to be, I love being here“.
Bellingham also commented that “being in Madrid made me one hundred percent better as a player. Being close to those mentalities and quality of players every day takes you to a new mental, physical and technical level.”
The Englishman also assured that “Ancelotti says that where I play with him is where he sees me, in that position. I love the freedom they give me“.
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