Jude Bellingham communicates with Real Madrid fans in Spanish after his stunning debut performance

Jude Bellingham’s seamless transition into the Real Madrid squad is evident not only from his impressive performance on the pitch but also his ability to communicate with his teammates and fans.

Reacting to his team’s 2-0 win over Athletic Bilbao in the opening weekend of La Liga, Bellingham spoke in Spanish, showcasing his efforts to integrate into the club’s culture.

His goal and overall performance earned him praise, with Spanish newspapers even labeling him as “the boss,” indicating his influential role in the match.

Bellingham’s swift adaptation and strong debut with Real Madrid have certainly caught the attention of fans and the media alike.

Jude Bellingham’s celebration after scoring his debut goal for Real Madrid demonstrated his connection with the fans.

After finding the net, he rushed over to the away section of the stadium and raised his arms in his familiar celebratory gesture.

With his goal-scoring record from his time at Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid is hoping for more goals from him in the upcoming matches.

Bellingham’s presence in the Real Madrid squad is noteworthy not only because of his football skills but also his status as the first English player to play for the club since David Beckham in 2007.

He’s been embracing his new environment by learning Spanish, which will aid his communication on and off the pitch.

His teammates, including Brahim Diaz and Lucas Vazquez, have been helping him pick up the language, even including the more colloquial aspects.

Following the win against Bilbao, Bellingham put his developing Spanish skills on display in a short video, showcasing his eagerness to engage with the club, fans, and culture.

Bellingham speaks Spanish after Real Madrid win

Speaking to Real Madrid media after the game, Bellingham was asked to provide a short reaction to the impressive opening weekend victory.

He said: “Hala Madridistas. Primer partido, primer victoria and primer goal. Hala Madrid!” In English, it translates simply to: “First match, first victory and first goal. Go Madrid!”

You can watch the clip below.

@realmadrid 👌 A goal AND a selfie in 🇪🇸 ! 👌 🤳 #RealMadrid #JudeBellingham #laliga ♬ original sound – Real Madrid C.F.

Manager Carlo Ancelotti was full of praise for the England midfielder after the game, describing him as ‘outstanding’.

He toldReal’s official website: “He’s outstanding. He has plenty of personality and has adapted very quickly to the team’s system.

“It seems like he’s been with us for a long time and he’s a very talented player.”

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