Bellingham calls Real stars Vinicius and Camavinga 'two S*** dancers'

Jude Bellingham brands Real Madrid team-mates Vinicius Jnr and Eduardo Camavinga ‘S*** dancers’ before promising ‘it’s time’ to show off his own fancy footwork after his next strike

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  • He has formed a friendship with Eduardo Camavinga and Aurelien Tchouameni 
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Jude Bellingham offered his Real Madrid team-mates a scathing review of their dance moves on social media, before being roped into joining them next time. 

The English wonderkid has been in imperious form for Real since his big-money arrival from Borussia Dortmund, netting 10 goals in 10 games, as well as providing three more assists.  

Bellingham has seemingly settled in at Los Blancos just as well off the field as he has on it, forming a friendship with fellow young midfielders Eduardo Camavinga and Aurelien Tchouameni, as well as Vinicius Jnr.

However, with the former celebrating a goal by dancing alongside Brazil’s Vinicius Jnr, the 20-year-old channelled his inner dancing critic on social media, and was clearly unimpressed by their moves. 

He took to X, formerly Twitter, to write: ‘S*** dancing,’ after a video of the pair was posted. 

Jude Bellingham was twice on the scoresheet against Osasuna in LaLiga on Saturday

Eduardo Camavinga (left) and Vinicius Jnr (right) were filmed dancing after the latter’s goal

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But his team-mates were not having any of it, and quickly called him out for his own dancing abilities. 

Camavinga wrote: ‘Ahaha next time you have to show the world your dancing abilities!’

And Tchouameni chimed in with: ‘He can’t,’ followed by a number of laughing emojis. 

Eventually rising to the challenge, Bellingham promised to show the world his own dancing feet, replying: ‘OK, it’s time!’ 

Vinicius Jnr is a prodigious dancer, and was among those to perhaps surprisingly draw criticism from pundits during the World Cup for his flamboyant celebrations.

However the video posted of him and Camavinga celebrating the Brazilian’s 65th-minute strike left a little to be desired, with both notably on different tempos. 

The English midfielder has shown himself largely capable of anything on the field, although judging by the French pairs’ cribbing on social media, he may not have the dancing ability to match – although we will surely find out soon should his form continue. 

Bellingham meanwhile has his own notable celebration which has become a sensation to match his talents. 

Bellingham has settled in well at Real, notably bonding with Aurelien Tchouameni (left) and Camavinga

Real fans have had plenty of time to get used to their new star’s now iconic pose, standing with both hands held aloft over his head.

And he was twice on the scoresheet in the clash with Osasuna, a repeat of last season’s Copa Del Rey final. 

The Basque side fell to a 4-0 defeat against Los Blancos, with the first two scored by Bellingham himself, and Joselu adding the final strike after Vinicius Jnr’s finish. 

Carlo Ancelotti’s side kept hold of their place at the top of LaLiga, and will next be in action against Sevilla in a potential reunion with legend Sergio Ramos next week. 


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