Jude Bellingham scored two late goals, including an injury-time winner, as Real Madrid came from behind to defeat rivals Barcelona 2-1 on Saturday. The England midfielder equalized in the 68th minute with a stunning strike from outside the box and then settled the first El Clasico of the season with a close-range volley in additional time.
Barcelona had taken the lead in the first half thanks to former Manchester City captain Ilkay Gundogan. Gundogan combined nicely with ex-City teammate Ferran Torres before calmly finding the net.
Real Madrid pushed for an equalizer in the second half. Aurelien Tchouameni struck the frame of the goal with a powerful drive. Bellingham then curled home a beautiful goal from 25 yards out to level the score.
As the game looked headed for a draw, Bellingham was in the right place at the right time. He pounced on a flicked-on cross to clip home the winning goal in the final minutes.
Bellingham’s match-winning performance inspired Real Madrid to come back from a goal down and defeat rivals Barcelona 2-1. The victory sends them back to the top of La Liga, leaving Barcelona in third place.