England midfielder Jude Bellingham failed to extend his scoring streak against Real Sociedad remained unmarked for the first time since he debuted in an official match wearing the Real Madrid jersey against Athletic on August 12th. On this occasion, he left the leading role in this department to Joselu and Fede Valverde, although he remains the league’s top scorer thanks to the five goals he scored in the first four days.
Bellingham once again left some mark of his quality, although his presence in attack went somewhat unnoticed this time. Yes indeed, He was close to scoring with a header on the board after a spectacular run from Brahim Díaz in the final period, although a save from Remiro left him with honey on his face.
The England international had become the most decisive player his team at the start of the championship with five goals. He made his debut in a 0-2 loss in San Mamés and later scored his first double in a Madrid jersey against Almería (1-3). The next day he was again decisive when he scored a goal in the closing stages against Celta that allowed Real Madrid to add the three points (0-1). And in the last game before the national team break, Bellingham once again gave his team three points against Getafe in stoppage time (2-1).
Bellingham only failed to score in one of the two games he played with his national team during the last break. He scored in the friendly against Scotland, however kept a clean sheet against Ukraine, in a qualifying game for the next European Cup.