Jude Bellingham continues to work wonders at Real Madrid as he scored once again for the club and hit another record in doing so.
Many expected the 20-year-old to quickly settle at the Spanish giants given his talent but he has gone above and beyond since signing.
Bellingham scored on his debut and in the subsequent three matches to net five goals in his opening four La Liga games.
The midfielder has also found the back of the net in each of his three Champions League appearances this season.
He picked up a shoulder injury before the international break and was absent for Madrid’s 5-1 win at home against Valencia.
However, Bellingham returned with a goal on Sunday night against Cadiz and broke a record previously held by Cristiano Ronaldo.
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The England star has now scored 14 goals in his first 15 appearances for Madrid, the most in such a time in the club’s history.
Ronaldo held such a title with Alfredo di Stefano and Pruden Sanchez as they scored 13 goals in their opening 15.
However, their efforts have now been usurped, with Bellingham the latest star the grace the legendary Madrid shirt.
His goal against Girona in September saw him equal Ronaldo’s record netting six strikes in seven La Liga outings in the 2009/10 season.
And when Bellingham scored ten in as many matches, he once again equalled the efforts of the five-time Ballon d’Or winner.
The England international’s latest endeavours have seen him make history once again, doing so at such a young age.
Bellingham’s now sits on 14 goals in 15 appearances for Madrid, with him also providing three assists across those matches.
As the season progresses, it’s likely he’ll continue to dominate on the pitch and certify him as one of the signings of the summer.
Madrid know they have a real gem on their hands, with England also hoping to benefit from his quality at Euro 2024 next summer.