Jude Bellingham shoots Real against Getafe to the next win

The former Dortmund Jew Bellingham continues to get along well with Spanish record champions Real Madrid. The Royals, with national player Antonio Rüdiger in the starting XI, came from Bellingham’s decisive goal (90 + 5) against FC Getafe after a deficit to a 2-1 win.

In the fourth league game, it was Bellingham’s fifth goal of the season, who switched from Dortmund to Madrid this summer for 103 million euros. Real Madrid supporters’ reactions touched the English star player. “When they sang ‘Hey Jude’ at the end, I got goosebumps. I just wanted to stop and listen to them. My legs were shaking,” Bellingham told Real Madrid TV.

Borja Mayoral (11th) scored against Getafe to make it 1-0 for the guests from Getafe, the former Frankfurt and Hoffenheim Bundesliga professional Joselu (47th) equalized for the home side in the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. Real started the new season with four wins. Former Germany international Toni Kroos was initially on the substitutes’ bench and came on as a substitute in the 46th minute.

Kamada scores for Lazio

Real remain leaders of the Primera División after the fourth win. The Madrilenians are the only team to have won every game so far. The pursuers from Barcelona, ​​Girona and city rivals Atletico can reduce the gap in the table to at best two points this Sunday.

Meanwhile, former Frankfurt striker Daichi Kamada made his mark in the Italian Serie A for the first time. In Lazio’s 2-1 win at champions SSC Napoli, the Japanese international scored the winning goal for the Romans in the 52nd minute.

“Kamada chooses the ideal stage and game for his first goal in Italy. In doing so, he proves to be a high-level player,” commented the “Gazzetta dello Sport”. “The sword of the samurai sinks the Italian masters,” raved the Corriere dello Sport. “Like a magician, Kamada creates the second goal that sunk Naples,” judged “Tuttosport”.

Al-Nassr wins thanks to Ronaldo and Mané

Cristiano Ronaldo’s thirst for goals, however, has not been sated even after the next milestone in his career. “850 career goals and I’ll keep counting,” wrote the 38-year-old Portuguese after his club Al-Nassr’s 5-1 away win in the Saudi professional league at Al-Hazm.

Ronaldo scored his sixth goal of the season (68th minute) to make it 4-1 for the sixth in the table. Former Bayern professional Sadio Mané (78th) made the final score. Ronaldo gushed about “the next great team effort” and promised: “We will keep improving.”

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Al-Nassr has won the last three games in the Saudi league comfortably, with Ronaldo scoring six goals in total. The five-time world footballer was the first football superstar to move to Saudi Arabia last winter, and numerous top international players have since followed him there.


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