Jude Bellingham was back to his stunning best on Saturday as he scored a stoppage-time winner for Real Madrid.
Behind-the-scenes footage shows the 20-year-old’s delight, but fans have spotted an error on his locker in the Real Madrid changing room.
Bellingham scored a crucial stoppage-time winner against GetafeGetty
Fans have noticed that his name in the Madrid changing room is spelt wrong@YashRMFC X
Life in the Spanish capital has already been proven as a success for Bellingham after his mega summer move from Borussia Dortmund.
He scored on his Madrid debut against Athletic Bilbao before netting twice and assisting away at Almeria.
The midfielder found the back of the net against Celta Vigo before emerging as the hero in the dying moments at home to Getafe last weekend.
In a video in the changing room after the dramatic win, Bellingham said: “I’ve never heard a stadium sound louder in my life.”
Supporters on social media were quick to notice that his name behind him actually spelt ‘Bellimgham’, not Bellingham.
Taking to X, one fan with laughing emojis said: “Why does his locker say Bellimgham?”
“Can’t even spell his name right on that locker,” added another.
A third said: “That’s actually really poor from Madrid like how do they make that error?”
Bellingham is en route to greatness at the Santiago BernabeuGetty
“Sorry Jude mate, you’re sitting at Bellimgham’s locker, your locker is over there,” a fourth jokingly added.
Bellingham’s goal on Saturday saw him emulate a record that was set by Cristiano Ronaldo in 2009.
He is the first Real Madrid player to score in each of his opening four games for the club since the five-time Ballon d’Or winner managed it in 2009. Only Cesc Fabregas and Zlatan Ibrahimovic have done the same in LaLiga.