Real Madrid ace Jude Bellingham’s kind gesture to ballboy melts fans’ hearts: “Class off and on the pitch”

Jude Bellingham is one of the trendiest players on the player at the moment. The youngster’s move to Real Madrid was a match made in heaven, as the former Birmingham City star has played an important role in the club’s position at the summit of La Liga and also a good run in the UEFA Champions League, where they remain favorites.

The goals may have dried up since his return from injury, but Jude Bellingham’s class continues to shine through, as he made the day of a ball boy in the club’s last game by wrapping his blanket around the boy in the cold weather in Spain. The kind gesture has been the talk of the social media.

Jude Bellingham offers blanket to a ball boy

Jude Bellingham’s return from injury hasn’t spelt a good form for him, as the Englishman has struggled for goals. However, his importance to the team cannot be overemphasized, and as Ancelotti usually points out whenever he can, “he’s only a midfielder.”

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Real Madrid progressed to the next round of this season’s Copa Del Rey, with Carlo Ancelotti leaving Bellingham on the bench to rotate the squad and give other players an opportunity, including Arda Guler, who was making his first appearance for the club since joining from Turkey last summer.

While on the bench, Jude Bellingham offered to help a ball boy, who was out in the cold while the other players on the bench clutched their blankets to their bodies. Seeing the boy in distress, Bellingham took off his blanket and headed to where the kid was to wrap it around him.

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With Bellingham hoping to get back to his goalscoring run that saw him win La Liga’s Player of the Month for August, his kind gesture melted the internet, as many fans claimed his grace extended beyond what he could do on the pitch.

Fans react to Jude Bellingham’s kind gesture

A video showing Jude Bellingham giving a ball boy his blanket quickly became circulated across social media, with many fans hailing the former Dortmund midfielder’s act of kindness.

“He’s a class off and on the pitch,” one user said.

“He’s just different gravy. His parents should be incredibly proud,” another Twitter user added.

Despite missing some games due to injury, Bellingham still sits at the top of the top scorer ranking in La Liga with 13 goals, five more than last season’s winner Robert Lewandowski, who has lost his form this season.

Next up for Real Madrid is the Spanish Super Cup on Wednesday as the league leaders face bitter rivals Atletico Madrid in the Madrid derby.

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