Genuine Madrid Jude Bellingham got a red card for an indecent tirade focused on the official. Vinicius Junior acted the hero with two objectives in a 2-2 draw with Valencia, at the Mestalla on Sunday. The hosts scored two objectives in a three-minute range in the main half. For the principal objective, Hugo Duro straightened out himself to head in Fran Perez’s scraped shot, before Roman Yarermchuk my 11 circle cut out Dani Carvajal’s free back pass to space into an unfilled net.

Vinicius dafabet pulled one back right on the stroke of half-time, and afterward made it 2-2 in the 76th-minute with a short proximity header. The match was a spine chiller and was activity stuffed right till the last whistle, and that is the point at which the principal feature occurred.

Right at the demise, Jude Bellingham thought he had scored the victor, when he gestured in from the edge of the six-yard box. Be that as it may, the arbitrator suspected something, and his whistle for full-time went before the cross went into the container, so the objective didn’t count. Madrid players jammed around the arbitrator in fight, yet the choice couldn’t be upset. In the midst of the confusion, Bellingham got a red card for his protests with the ref.

As per move master and football columnist Fabrizio Romano, Bellingham was given the red card for saying, “It’s a f*cking objective, the ball is in the air. What the f*ck is that.”

Other than Bellingham’s red card, feelings were high in the match all through an hour and a half. It was Vinicius’ most memorable re-visitation of the Mestalla, where he was racially manhandled last season. During the match on Sunday, countless fans recited ‘Vinicius is moronic’ and booed him all through the match.