People thought they wouldn't get along at Real Madrid, but Vini's confession about Bellingham that amazes the fans

Real Madrid wins again but Vinicius reveals the truth behind Jude Bellingham's signing.

By Emmanuel Mendez

Jude Bellingham does his trademark celebration with his arms out and Vinicius Jr. puts his arms out as a Real Madrid logo is next to him.
Jude Bellingham does his trademark celebration with his arms out and Vinicius Jr. puts his arms out as a Real Madrid logo is next to him.
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Real Madrid won another game this season as they defeated Deportivo Alaves 5-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu in La Liga. Vinicius Jr. and Jude Bellingham shined for Real Madrid as the Brazilian scored a brace while Bellingham scored a great goal and provided two assists in the match. Vini spoke after the game and praised Bellingham for the performance, but he also revealed some curious details about how the English midfielder joined the team. Vinicius Jr. wanted Bellingham to join Real Madrid and said, "I am a fan of Jude Bellingham, I did everything so that he can join us. I hope he can score more goals to be the top scorer in the league."

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Vinicius and Bellingham have become the two favorites to win the 2024 Ballon d'Or award, and with the performances today, it is still difficult to know which of them will win. The fans at the Santiago Bernabeu chanted Vinicius' name to be the next winner of the Ballon d'Or. Vinicius spoke about playing for Real Madrid and said, "We always enjoy wearing this shirt and playing in this stadium. It was my dream when I was a child, and we have the opportunity to dedicate this win to many children who want to be here but cannot."

Meanwhile, Bellingham is close to breaking more records in his first season with Real Madrid. The English midfielder is among the top four players with the highest number of goals scored in their first season for Real Madrid in La Liga during the 21st century, scoring 19 goals. He is behind Ronaldo Nazario, who scored 23; Ruud van Nistelrooy, who scored 25; and Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored 26.

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What's next for Real Madrid?

Real Madrid still has two more La Liga matches before the Champions League final against Borussia Dortmund at Wembley Stadium. Madrid will face Villarreal on Sunday at the Estadio de la Ceramica. The following weekend, Real Madrid will host Real Betis on May 25th at the Santiago Bernabeu. The Spanish giants finish their season with the UCL Final against Dortmund on June 1st.

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