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Both players had brought two shirts with them. Bellingham gave one of his shirts to Vinicius and the other to Rodrygo, his teammate at the Bernabeu.

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Bellingham seemed puzzled about who Vinicius’ second shirt was for. When asked, Vinicius replied that it was for Rice, presumably requested during their time on the pitch. An England team member then took the shirt to the home dressing room, while Bellingham headed towards the Brazil changing room, exchanging handshakes, hugs, and brief chats with Rodrygo.

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Following the defeat, Bellingham took to social media, expressing, ‘Always a pleasure to wear an England shirt and play at Wembley. Unlucky with the result but more motivation for Tuesday.’

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England is set to face Belgium on Tuesday evening, with Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate eagerly anticipating the match. He remarked, ‘Belgium may field a different eleven, or close to it, so they’re likely to be fresher. However, similar to Brazil, we anticipate a high-level game, a fantastic experience for the players, and an opportunity to see new players again as we build towards the summer.’

Reflecting on the match, Southgate added, ‘I’m not disappointed with the level of performance. Despite the loss, with 15 minutes to go and all the changes we’d made, the crowd was already behind the team. They witnessed many young and inexperienced players performing well, so I’m not downbeat about the team’s performance.’

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