Jude Bellingham stuns Barcelona with last-gasp Clasico winner for Real Madrid

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Jude Bellingham delivered a brutal end to Barcelona's title hopes as his 91st minute winner for Real Madrid drove a stake through the heart of Xavi Hernandez's side in a 3-2 classic that also saw Andreas Christensen, Fermin Lopez, Vinicius Jr. and Lucas Vazquez all score on Sunday night.

The opener of the night actually went to Barcelona as the Santiago Bernabeu crowd were stunned into silence. A complete mismatch at the back-post saw Andreas Christensen bully the defender to head home from close range to draw first blood in the tense derby after six minutes.


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But Real Madrid soon restored parity through Vinicius Jr. from the penalty spot after Lucas Vazquez was fouled by 17-year-old Pau Cubarsi. Keeping his cool, Vinicius Jr. stepped up similar to Ronaldinho did and fired into the right side of the goal, beating Marc-Andre ter Stegen.

Los Blancos continued to dominate the majority of the proceedings as Barcelona sought to hang on until half-time, with Jude Bellingham, Luka Modric and Vinicius Jr. missing chances to steal the lead in the derby before Barcelona struck in the second half against the run of play.


A tame shot by Lamine Yamal should have been bread and butter for Lunin but as a man ran across him to distract him, he panicked and pushed the ball directly to the feet of Fermin Lopez who gratefully tapped into the empty goal from yards out to shock the home crowd again in the 69th minute.

But, as they did in the first half, Carlo Ancelotti's men wasted no time in responding as just four minutes later they made it 2-2. A succulent ball across the face of the six-yard-box was left by Ter Stegen and Vazquez, who gambled at the far post, struck the ball on the half-volley to level in the 73rd minute.

Real Madrid then essentially won the league with the very last kick of the game, and of course, it was Jude Bellingham to deliver the ecstasy to the Santiago Bernabeu and millions worldwide as the Englishman shattered Catalan hearts.

Jude Bellingham, centre, celebrates with teammatesJose BretonAP

A cross from the right wing was seemingly missed by everyone but the LaLiga marksman was on the move in the box and arrived at the perfect time to slam the ball through Ter Stegen's hands to create crazy limbs behind the goal. What a fairytale moment for the man from Birmingham!

The impact on the LaLiga table

The last-gasp winner plays perfectly into the hands of Real Madrid, who extend their gap at the top to 11 points with six games to go (18 points) in the season, as they essentially win LaLiga with 81 points on the board as things stand.

For Barcelona, the title race realistically ends and, perhaps more worryingly, the Catalonians are now just two points ahead of Girona in the race for second-place, which yields a kinder draw in the 2024/25 UEFA Champions League.

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