Everyone noticed Jude Bellingham’s reaction to witnessing the greatness of Toni Kroos in person

Jude Bellingham’s response to Toni Kroos’ outstanding performance against Juventus has become a sensation on the internet.

Bellingham, who joined Real Madrid for a substantial £88.5 million, seamlessly adapted to life at Los Blancos, impressing with a stunning chip past Andre Onana for his first goal in a Man of the Match display against Manchester United.

However, he experienced the intensity of El Clasico in a heated 3-0 defeat.

Real Madrid’s final match of their pre-season tour in the United States resulted in a 3-1 loss to Juventus at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.

A crucial moment from the match occurred when Bellingham was left utterly amazed by Toni Kroos’ brilliance on the field.

From the depths of his own half, the elegant Kroos executed an extraordinary pass with absolute precision, sending the ball behind the Juventus defense for Vinicius Jr to chase down.

The Brazilian gracefully controlled the ball and calmly slotted it home, reducing the deficit to 2-1 after Juventus had taken a 2-0 lead.

Bellingham, standing just a few yards away, was left in complete awe of the sheer skill and magic Kroos had displayed with that remarkable pass.

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As soon as the pass was played he immediately applauded and he then proceeded to shake his wrist in a gesture that clearly showed his approval.

The 20-year-old will no doubt learn from Kroos and plenty of people picked up on Bellingham’s priceless reaction.

One commented: “The expression on his face. He’s disgusted by the filthiness of that pass. That’s me.”

A second said: “This is what I envisioned when I said I wanted Jude at Madrid, just a 19yr old prodigy being in awe and learning from one of the greatest midfielders of all time.”

A third added: “Jude is gonna have the time of his life this season.”

A fourth wrote: “That’s why Jude is there. To learn from him and Luka. Two gods.”

A fifth reacted: “Vini’s finishing, Bellingham’s reaction plus Toni organizing his hair. Picture perfect!”

A final user simply stated: “Jude appreciates ball.”

Bellingham started the game in midfield with midfield metronomes Kroos and Luka Modric, with manager Carlo Ancelotti trying a 4-4-2 diamond to get the best out of his new signing.

“It allows us the opportunity to vary the system. I’m fine with not having a fixed system,” Ancelotti said, as perDiario AS.

“On an individual level we have learned the best quality of Bellingham, who is an attacking midfielder and performs better than as a central midfielder. We will have to see it during the season.”

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