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Jude Bellingham received a red card after the conclusion of Real Madrid’s 2-2 draw with Valencia for expressing his displeasure with referee Jesus Gil Manzano’s decision to end the game just before his header crossed the goal line.

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Despite being two goals down, Los Blancos managed to level the score in the La Liga clash, courtesy of Vinicius Junior’s two goals in response to Valencia’s early lead from Hugo Duro and Roman Yaremchuk.

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In stoppage time, as Carlo Ancelotti’s team sought a winning goal, Bellingham appeared to secure victory with a header from Brahim Diaz’s cross. However, Gil Manzano blew the whistle for full-time a moment before Bellingham’s connection, leading to chaotic scenes and protests from Madrid.

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The former Borussia Dortmund player was subsequently sent off, reportedly for expressing his frustration to the referee, saying, “It’s a f***ing goal, the ball is in the air! What the f*** is that!”

After the match, Ancelotti confirmed Bellingham’s comment, stating, “Bellingham told him ‘it’s a f***ing goal’; he didn’t insult him. We will see what the referee writes in the act.”

Real Madrid is expected to appeal the red card, and a decision from the Spanish Football Federation’s Competition Committee is anticipated next week. Depending on the contents of Gil Manzano’s report, there is also a possibility of an extended ban for Bellingham.

The draw extended Madrid’s lead at the top of La Liga to seven points over second-placed Girona. Although Bellingham may face suspension for the upcoming league match against Celta, he remains available for the Champions League second leg against RB Leipzig on Wednesday, having successfully returned from injury.

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