Bellingham’s big rant


By: Manu Tournoux

Suspended two matches after his red card received at the end of the match between Valencia and Real Madrid (2-2) last weekend, Jude Bellingham had it bad.

The verdict is in for Jude Bellingham. After contesting a little too vehemently a contentious decision by referee Gil Manzano, who denied him a goal in the last second of the match between Valencia and Real Madrid (2-2), last Saturday in La Liga, the 20-year-old English international received a red card.

Meeting this Wednesday, the Competition Committee of the Spanish championship decided to impose a two-match suspension on Jude Bellingham, who was criticized for his attitude ” agressive “ towards the referee of the match. A decision which does not pass muster with the main person concerned, who assures that he has not made any insulting remarks towards Gil Manzano.

“They want to make an example of me”

“I didn’t say anything offensive, I didn’t say anything different from what my teammates said and I think sometimes because I’m new they want to make an example of me.”lamented the former Borussia Dortmund player in comments relayed by the Daily Mail.

“At the end of the day I have to be responsible for my actions and I’m not proud, but I think two matches for that is a bit ridiculous, he added. However, if it is two matches, I have to take responsibility and I will support the team from the stands. » A decision which the White House has decided to appeal. While awaiting the result, Bellingham will miss the Merengue’s next two Liga matches, against Celta Vigo and Osasuna.

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