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Jude Bellingham's 10 Goals in 10 Real Madrid Starts Lead LaLiga Scoring

Jude Bellingham's 10 Goals in 10 Real Madrid Starts Lead LaLiga Scoring

Jude Bellingham's 10 Goals in 10 Real Madrid Starts Lead LaLiga Scoring
Jude Bellingham central midfield of Real Madrid and England celebrates after scoring his sides first goal during the LaLiga EA Sports match between Real Madrid CF and CA Osasuna at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on October 7, 2023 in Madrid, Spain. (Image-Getty)

 Jude Bellingham showcased his brilliance yet again, scoring twice and delivering a stellar performance in Real Madrid's commanding 4-0 LaLiga victory over Osasuna on Saturday. The young England midfielder has now netted an astonishing 10 goals in his first 10 starts for the club, a feat that demonstrates his remarkable effectiveness.

Bellingham's goal-scoring record is nothing short of extraordinary, with ten goals coming from just 19 shots. His transition to Spanish football has appeared remarkably seamless, and he has made an instant impact. To put his achievement into context, he has equaled Cristiano Ronaldo's record of 10 goals in his first ten starts for Real Madrid in all competitions. However, Bellingham's contributions extend beyond goal-scoring, as he has also provided three assists in contrast to Ronaldo's one during their respective ten-start periods.

Bellingham's scoring prowess has not gone unnoticed, as he currently leads LaLiga's top-scorer charts with eight goals in seven starts, putting him three goals ahead of his teammate Joselu and the seasoned striker Robert Lewandowski.

Vinicius Jr., Bellingham's teammate, had high praise for the young midfielder, describing him as "incredible" and someone born to play for Real Madrid. Vinicius expressed his delight at playing alongside Bellingham and emphasized their strong connection on the field, which has thrilled both fans and players alike.

In the match against Osasuna, Real Madrid dominated from start to finish. Bellingham wasted no time, opening the scoring in the ninth minute with a powerful close-range strike, thanks to an excellent wall pass from Dani Carvajal.

Throughout the first half, Real Madrid had several opportunities to extend their lead, with Vinicius and Bellingham causing constant problems for Osasuna's defense with their remarkable chemistry.

Bellingham continued his goal-scoring spree in the 54th minute with a composed finish between the goalkeeper's legs, following an intricate build-up involving Federico Valverde.

Vinicius contributed to Real Madrid's third goal in the 65th minute, finishing a swift counter-attack initiated by Valverde and then assisting Joselu, who calmly slotted home the fourth goal.

Joselu had the opportunity to score a fifth goal from the penalty spot in the 84th minute, but his effort was weak and easily saved by goalkeeper Sergio Herrera, who blocked it in the middle of the goal.

With this victory, Real Madrid reached 24 points from nine games, holding a two-point lead over Girona, who won 1-0 against Cadiz earlier on Saturday. Barcelona, currently in third place with 20 points and a game in hand, will face Granada on Sunday.

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