Jude Bellingham has a ‘weak spot’ that only his best friend knows about

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Jude Bellingham is probably the best player in world football at the moment, and there is no shortage of attention on him.

The 20-year-old sensation continues to shine at the start of his Real Madrid adventure as he scored two stunning goals in El Clasico.

Bellingham leveled the scores at 1-1 after Ilkay Gundogan’s goal for Barcelona in the sixth minute, with the Englishman netting in the 68th minute from a distance of about 25 metres.

In the 92nd minute, the England international scored the winning goal – silencing the outnumbered Barcelona fans.

It was his 13th goal in 13 games for Real, a tally that already surpasses Zinedine Zidane’s record for Los Blancos.

Bellingham has already developed into a complete football player, at least that’s how everyone describes him, while looking for the weak points of his game.

However, Bellingham’s little-known flaw is shared by his best friend Odin Bailey, who went to the same Priory School as him and was in Birmingham’s academy for 15 years before moving to Salford City and currently playing for Stockport County.

In an interview with The Sun, Bailey revealed that unlike many high-level footballers, Bellingham is not good at golf.

Asked what Bellingham is bad at, he replied, “Golf!”

“He’s terrible at golf. I’m trying to convince him to play, but he doesn’t have the qualities. He can’t be good at everything, can he?”, he continued.

Bellingham’s goals took Real four points clear of arch-rivals at the top of La Liga – in what could be a crucial result come the end of the season.

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