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Fans notice misspelling of Jude Bellingham’s name in Real Madrid dressing room

Jude Bellingham was back to his best on Saturday when he scored the stoppage-time winner for Real Madrid.

Behind-the-scenes footage shows the 20-year-old looking happy, but fans have spotted a mistake on his locker in the Real Madrid dressing room.


Bellingham scored a decisive goal in stoppage time against GetafeCredit: Getty
Fans have noticed that his name in the Madrid dressing room is misspelled.


Fans have noticed that his name in the Madrid dressing room is misspelled.Credit: @YashRMFC X

Life in the Spanish capital has already proved successful for Bellingham following his mega summer move from Borussia Dortmund.

He scored on his Madrid debut against Athletic Bilbao before netting twice and assisting Almeria.

The midfielder found the net against Celta Vigo before becoming the hero in the dying moments at home to Getafe last weekend.

In a video played in the locker room after the spectacular victory, Bellingham said: “I have never heard the sound of a stadium louder in my life.”

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Fans on social media were quick to notice that his name behind him read “Bellimgham”, not Bellingham.

Speaking to X, a fan with laughing emojis said: “Why does his locker say Bellimgham?”

“I can’t even spell his name right on that locker,” another added.

A third said: “It’s really very poor from Madrid, how do they make this mistake?”

Bellingham is on his way to greatness at the Santiago Bernabeu


Bellingham is on his way to greatness at the Santiago BernabeuCredit: Getty

“Sorry Jude mate, you’re sitting by the Bellimgham locker, your locker is over there,” a fourth added jokingly.

Bellingham’s goal on Saturday saw him emulate a record set by Cristiano Ronaldo in 2009.

He is the first Real Madrid player to score in each of his first four appearances for the club since five-time Ballon d’Or winners won there in 2009. Only Cesc Fabregas and Zlatan Ibrahimovic have done the same in La Liga.

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