JUDE BELLINGHAM gave a brilliant reaction when he was informed about a record former team-mate Erling Haaland broke before him.
The English wonderkid starred for Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League and was informed after the game about a record he had been beaten to.
Bellingham was asked by a reporter who he thought was the first teenager to score on the first three matchdays of the Champions League was.
He replied: "English teenager or any teenager? Mbappe?"
To which the reporter said: "You know him very well."
Finally twigging who the answer was Bellingham cracked a smile, and said: "Erling. Ah course, can't get anything over that geezer at the minute I swear to god. But yeah, sums him up."
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Despite the disappointment of Haaland beating him to the punch, not even the inevitable Norwegian could stop Bellingham claiming two records for his own.
The 19-year-old firstly claimed the record for the first English teenager to start a Champions League game as captain of his side.
And then after his wondergoal he became the first midfielder in the competition's history to score in successive appearances while still a teenager.
His latest dazzling display will only intensify interest in his future.
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Bellingham is available for as little as £83million next summer if the fee is paid up front in full, and he has been linked with the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City for a transfer.
However, Bellingham could likely only dream of putting up the numbers his ex partner in crime is doing currently.
The Terminator, as Haaland is affectionately known, was described as "not human" by Copenhagen's goalkeeper after netting his 18th and 19th goals of the season.
His brace midweek followed on from his third hat-trick of the season in the 6-3 demolition of Man Utd.
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