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Bundesliga: Jude Bellingham invents completely crazy dribbling

This Sunday, the Bundesliga spectators saw a magnificent spectacle, during which there was an exciting game between Borussia Dortmund and Augsburg. If the victory went to the first named (4-3), the favorite of the day, he will have to fight to the end, because the guests returned to score three times. But the yellow-black armada could count on its striking asset: Jude Bellingham, the author of a great match, who almost scored one of the goals of the year.

It was in stoppage time of the second half, when his team was already in the lead, that a brilliant inspiration came to the English midfielder. Lifting the ball from the right side along the touchline, he made supersonic double contact between his right foot and left heel, leaving Julian Baumgartlinger, his direct counterpart, in the wind. Penetrating then into the surface, he made a strong cross at ground level, cleared by the Augsburg defense, before he reached Sebastian Haller.

A Frenchman would probably be happy to accept an offering, one who was returning to the field six months after testicular cancer. Entered the game at the end of the match, had a few clean chances, but could not open his counterattack this season. He left the light to Giovanni Reina, scorer of the winning goal (78th). Before that, Bellingham himself went there from his gate, opening the scoring with a lofty cannon shot from the entrance to the penalty area (29th place).

The author of the remarkable World Cup, Jude Bellingham, has made headlines and rumors about his future are rife. Liverpool, Manchester City and Real Madrid are expected to raise the stakes next summer to return home.

Source: Le Parisien

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