What Jude Bellingham screamed at referee after Real Madrid red card | Football

Jude Bellingham was sent off after having a winning goal for Real Madrid controversial disallowed (Photo: Getty)

Jude Bellingham was shown a red card after what would have been a winning goal for Real Madrid was ‘scandalously’ disallowed.

Real came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at Valencia, with Vinicius Junior bagging both goals – this the fixture last season where he received horrific racial abuse.

But Los Blancos should have had all three points after Bellingham headed home in the 99th minute, but the goal did not stand as the referee had already blown his full-time whistle.

However, Gil Manzano called time just as Brahim Diaz was crossing the ball from the edge of the area toward the England international, leaving players perplexed and understandably furious.

Real’s stars and coaching staff immediately surrounded the referee who quickly dished out cards including a red to Bellingham, his first since moving to the La Liga giants last summer.

It was reported that the 20-year-old screamed at Manzano: ‘It’s a f***ing goal, the ball is in the air! What the f*** is that!

Bellingham got his red as players surrounded referee Gil Manzano (Photo: Getty)

This was confirmed by the midfielder himself as he retweeted several posts related to the incident post-match.

This included one post from @totalcristiano that read: ‘The referee literally waited for Brahim Diaz to cross the ball! THIS IS A SCANDAL!’

Real themselves called Manzano’s decision to call time early ‘unprecedented’, and confirmed they would be appealing Bellingham’s red.

He was also one of several players to send their best wishes to Valencia star Mouctar Diakhaby who suffered a horrific leg injury during the match.

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