DEVASTATING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, According to reports, Real Madrid’s Jude Bellingham has been handed a two-game suspension by the Spanish FA. The England international allegedly made “contemptuous” remarks to the referee during his side’s 1-1 draw with Valencia last weekend. It’s claimed that he told the referee to “f*** off” after he was denied a late goal that would have won the game for Los Blancos. It’s a setback for both Bellingham and Madrid.”Reports: Real Madrid Star Jude Bellingham Banned for Two Games After ‘Contemptuous’ Remarks to Referee”.


Jude Bellingham has been handed a two-match suspension following his red card during Real Madrid’s contentious 2-2 draw against Valencia. La Liga has penalized Bellingham for his actions directed towards referee Jesus Gil Manzano at the Mestalla Stadium. The English midfielder, frustrated after having a goal disallowed for full time, expressed his displeasure to Manzano, allegedly saying, “It’s a f***ing goal.”

According to Madrid Zone, the 20-year-old has been fined €600, while Real Madrid has been fined €700. As a result of his suspension, Bellingham will be absent from his team’s upcoming matches against Celta Vigo on March 10 and Osasuna on March 16. Real Madrid plans to appeal the decision, with coach Carlo Ancelotti coming to the defense of the English player after the match.

The grounds for Bellingham’s suspension are cited as “attitudes of contempt or reconsideration towards referees, managers, or sports authorities,” as reported by Relevo. Tensions escalated at the Mestalla when the recipient of the 2023 Golden Boy award believed he had secured a last-minute victory. However, Ancelotti’s squad settled for a draw thanks to Vinicius Junior’s brace. The match against Valencia marked Bellingham’s return from an ankle injury, making it his first appearance since recovering.

Real Madrid and Bellingham now shift their focus to the UEFA Champions League, where the midfielder will be eligible to play. They are set to face Bundesliga outfit RB Leipzig in the second leg of their last-16 tie on March 6 at the Santiago Bernabeu. Ancelotti’s team holds a 1-0 aggregate lead heading into the crucial encounter.

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