Champions League: Victory for Real Madrid Thanks to a Stunning Goal in the 94th Minute From Bellingham

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The fans doing Jude Bellingham’s celebration with Jude Bellingham. x/MadridXtra

With a stunning goal in the 94th minute from Jude Bellingham, Real Madrid beat Union Berlin in the Champions League on Wednesday.

The Spanish giants won the game 1-0 in the end.

Madrid, who has won this renowned championship 14 times, came up against a tenacious Union Berlin team that had only recently earned its Bundesliga stripes. Madrid fiercely pressed their opponents throughout the game, but Frederik Ronnow, the goalkeeper for Union Berlin, provided strong resistance. By chance, Joselu and Rodrygo both discovered the woodwork, adding to Madrid’s annoyance.

In contrast, Bellingham saved Madrid in the waning seconds of the contest. The important goal was scored by the English international, who has been in sensational scoring form since moving to Madrid.

Carlo Ancelotti, the head coach of Madrid, praised Bellingham’s participation and praised his talent and attentiveness. “Scoring at the very last second is the spirit of this shirt—of not giving up,” stated Ancelotti.

With this victory, Madrid was able to continue their extraordinary streak of scoring in all but one of their previous 68 home Champions League games. However, they underwhelmed in the first half at the Santiago Bernabeu, their offensive flair suffering from the absence of injured forward Vinicius Junior.

Ude Bellingham, who transferred from Borussia Dortmund to Madrid in the summer, has rapidly established himself as a key player in their midfield. His ability to be a game-changer, which Madrid sorely needs in order to win their desired competition, was evident in his Champions League debut for Madrid.

With Italian veteran Leonardo Bonucci making his debut for the guests, Union Berlin, coached by Urs Fischer, demonstrated composure and defensive toughness. They sat back and gave up possession, frustrating Madrid.

The woodwork once more saved Berlin from defeat as Madrid’s offensive efforts increased in the second half. Ronnow made important stops to stop Rodrygo and Joselu from scoring. Bellingham’s intervention only guaranteed Madrid’s victory in the last seconds.

Berlin’s coach Fischer expressed displeasure in his team’s performance but also pride in it after the game. Football is fair, but it hurts if they take away your point in the last seconds, he added.

Jude Bellingham’s goal for Madrid established him as a deserving heir to the illustrious Karim Benzema. The teenage midfielder’s remarkable performance and poise have elevated him to a crucial member of the group.

With the words, “We have the luck that he’s here playing with us, and I hope he keeps scoring a lot of goals,” defender Nacho encapsulated Madrid’s feelings. We are quite pleased because the game was flawless.

Credits: thenews

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