Which Cristiano Ronaldo record does Jude Bellingham match in dream start at Real Madrid?

Real Madrid star midfield maestro Jude Bellingham announced his arrival in Spain with a remarkable beginning and has been creating a buzz in La Liga since joining Real Madrid. The 20-year-old made a sensational move to the 14-time Champions League winners, Los Blancos on a long-term six-year deal. 

The Young English superstar clearly justified his hefty €100 million price tag and has a dream start for the Spanish Giants and instantly became a key figure in the club’s recent success this season. It seems that Bellingham is well on track to emulate the legacy of club legend Cristiano Ronaldo.

Jude Bellingham mirrored legendary Cristiano Ronaldo

Jude Bellingham took no time to settle in and immediately emerged as one the most significant players for Los Blancos this season. In his recent La Liga outing Bellingham extended his goal tally against Girona to achieve a significant milestone leveling Cristiano Ronaldo. 


Real Madrid played an away fixture against Girona who were sitting at the top of League table on Saturday ending their unbeaten streak to claim the first place. Bellingham assisted Joselu for Real Madrid’s first goal and extended the lead to 3-0 eventually securing a convincing victory over the hosts. 

Jude Bellingham’s two contributions against Girona displaying his creativity and goal scoring helped the midfielder to equal a certain La Liga Record of Former Real Madrid talisman, Cristiano Ronaldo. Bellingham has now netted 6 goals in his first seven games in La Liga, a record Ronaldo, achieved in his inaugural season in 2009/2010.

No other Real Madrid player in the 21st century in their opening campaign have managed to do so, other than Cristiano Ronaldo and Bellingham. 

Bellingham scored six goals in seven matches

Jude Bellingham is currently leading the La Liga goal-scoring chart despite playing as a midfielder. He has surpassed clinical strikers like Morata and Lewandowski with his goal-scoring spree.

In La Liga this season, the Englishman started 7 league games for Real Madrid managing 6 goals and 2 assists overall. On numerous occasions, his goals have proved to be decisive in securing the win for Real Madrid.

The 20-year-old England international was benched in Madrid’s midweek game against Las Palmas and returned to the starting XI last weekend to achieve a new milestone in his brief La Liga career. Moreover, Bellingham is two goals away from equaling his season-best in the league tally of scoring 8 goals in the Bundesliga at Borussia Dortmund in the last season. 

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