Jude Bellingham struck in the final minutes to push Real Madrid to a 1-0 win over Union Berlin in this UEFA Champions League (UCL) bunch stage drapery raiser, peaking an eighth continuous UCL home match unbeaten for Los Blancos in emotional style.
In the wake of playing in Europe’s other two club rivalries in back to back seasons, League were met at the mainland’s top table by its best club. There was still some early support for Bite the dust Eisernen, as Kevin Behrens advanced beyond Antonio Rüdiger to arrive at Sheraldo Becker’s cross, yet his work was impeded by the middle back. Accordingly, Real Madrid immediately offered an admonition as two headers from Joselu.
Jude Bellingham struck in the final minutes
That flurry of action was trailed by a time of quiet all through the remainder of the first half, in which Los Blancos moved the ball easily without convincingly penetrating Urs Fischer’s coordinated defensive structure. That itself was being coordinated by League’s accomplished UCL veteran and club debutant Leonardo Bonucci.
Rodrygo was then unfit to get a persuading address Lucas Vázquez’s cross, after it had barely dodged Bonucci.
It seemed as though it wouldn’t be Los Blancos’ day, however Bellingham was close by to score his 6th goals for the club and salvage a victory when Federico Valverde’s shot pinballed across the case. That guarantees Real Madrid stay amazing in all competitions this term, despite the fact that their endeavor to win Europe’s premier competition for the fifteenth time got off to an unconvincing beginning, regardless of the late show. League, in the mean time, brutally experienced their third back to back overcome in all competitions.