A shocking statistic shows how reliant Real Madrid are on Jude Bellingham after coming up empty at home to the minnows

REAL MADRID drew 0-0 with Rayo Vallecano on Sunday after Jude Bellingham failed to find the net.

The England star was the hero last week, scoring twice as Real came from behind to beat Barcelona at El Classico.

Jude Bellingham looked frustrated as Real Madrid drew with Rayo Vallecano


Jude Bellingham looked frustrated as Real Madrid drew with Rayo VallecanoPhoto credit: Rex
The midfielder received the Man of the Match award.


The midfielder received the Man of the Match award.Photo credit: Alamy

The 20-year-old Bellingham has scored in ten of his 14 Real games, including in each of his Champions League appearances.

But when the midfielder fails to find the net, Real struggle after Bellingham won just one of the four games in which he failed to score.

Bellingham has scored 13 goals in 14 games for Los Blancos – 44.8 percent of Real’s goals this season.

That’s a higher percentage than Cristiano Ronaldo managed in his entire time at the Bernabeu.

In fact, he is taller than any other player in the club’s history – the highest percentage in an entire season is former striker Pruden, who scored 42.8 percent of Real Madrid’s goals in 1945-46.

Real appear to be missing Karim Benzema following his move to Saudi Arabian club Al-Ittiad in the summer.

The Frenchman scored 31 goals last season, while his successor Joselu only scored five goals this season.

The attacking colleagues Vinicius Jr. and Rodrygo also did not achieve their usual performance with three and two goals scored respectively.


Despite not having a chance, Bellingham was awarded the Man of the Match award for his performance against Rayo Vallecano.

He is still LaLiga’s top scorer with ten goals, three ahead of Alvaro Morata, Gerard Moreno and Antoine Griezmann.

Chris Estrada

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