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Fans spot incredible thing Jude Bellingham said after scoring last minute England equaliser

Fans spot incredible thing Jude Bellingham said after scoring last minute England equaliser

Jude Bellingham scored an absolute worldie and made sure to celebrate

It’s OK to admit you were worried last night (30 June), we all were. But just before all hope was lost, Jude Bellingham scored a last-minute equaliser to take England into extra time.

And then of course, Harry Kane banged one in the net to secure the Three Lions' win against Slovakia to take us into the Euro 2024 quarterfinals.

Yep, it’s still coming home lads. But who are we kidding, this has of course all happened amid England fans having harsh criticism for Gareth Southgate and his team after some seemingly disappointing football so far.

So, while he may have also made a slightly X-rated gesture following it, fans have spotted the incredible thing Bellingham said after scoring his absolute worldie.

The absolute worldie took us into extra time. (Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
The absolute worldie took us into extra time. (Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Following his bicycle kick in the 95th minute to bang the ball into the back of the net, the 21-year-old seemed to send a message to his critics.

Fans pointed out the iconic moment on X: “Jude Bellingham saying ‘WHO ELSE’ after scoring the overhead kick. I love him.”

Yep, the young ‘star boy’ appeared to shout ‘who else?’ before making a bit of a chatting expression with his hand.

Another echoed: “Bellingham said who else LOOOOOL I hear him.”

As someone else added: “Bellingham scoring a 95th minute overhead kick equaliser and shouting ‘Who else?’ Might be the coldest celebration ever.”

While one person put: “Jude Bellingham screaming ‘Who else’ after scoring a 94th minute bicycle kick to save his nation is maybe the coldest thing I’ve ever seen.”

Who else? (Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/2024 AMA Sports Photo Agency)
Who else? (Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/2024 AMA Sports Photo Agency)

Following the equaliser, former England goalkeeper Joe Hart said on BBC Radio 5 Live: “You can see the anger, you can see the frustration. Jude Bellingham knows people have been saying things about him and for the first time they have not been nice things. What a goal.”

Asked what was behind his celebration, Bellingham explained that the ‘adrenaline gets you’.

“It’s a combination of a lot of things. Playing for England is an enjoyable feeling but it’s also a lot of pressure. You hear people talk a lot of rubbish. It’s nice when you can deliver and give them a little bit back,” he said.

“It’s very difficult when you talk in press conferences and interviews to talk as openly as footballers want to because they’re always judged… Having to listen to all the rubbish, feeling like you have let a nation of people down. In one kick of the ball, everything can change.”

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: Euro 2024, Football, Jude Bellingham, Sport