Bellingham for changing the system and still playing great.

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Gareth Southgate the manager of the England national team is another person. Who was impressed by Jude Bellingham performance in the friendly game defeating Scotland 3-1 yesterday. Because even though there was a tactical adjustment from using the football players. The 20-year-old Carat was able to do it without any awkwardness.

Bellingham normally plays as midfielder number #8. But in the game at Hampden Park yesterday he was number #10. And had a great influence on the attacking game, scoring 1 goal, 1 assist and was deducted 8.5-out of 10 from ‘Mel Sport’ most notable in the game. In which England adapted to the 4-2-3-1 system UFABET

“For us he has nothing more to prove. That guy is a really good player.” Opening his mouth via ‘BeIN Sports’

“Saturday was probably not the best performance. We were unable to achieve the desired level of performance. Therefore, I knew with common sense that I had to throttle it back.” 

“Individually, Jude’s form is outstanding, no matter what position he is in. Either midfield number #8 focuses on attacking games or wherever he is, he will always find a way to dive into the penalty area.”

“Bellingham’s toughness is important for the team to press.”

“Scotland’s playing system is also difficult, so we chose to adjust the playing system a little. Which he did well.”  

Bellingham is the first player since Kevin Keegan in 1979 to help England score and assist in the same match against Scotland .