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Bellingham FaceTimes brother Jobe from Bernabeu pitch before scoring wonder goal

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JUDE BELLINGHAM was spotted Facetiming brother Jobe from the Bernabeu turf on Tuesday night... before he went on to score another sensational goal.

The England international, 20, netted the opener in a 5-0 win over Alaves on Tuesday night.

It came just 48 hours after Real Madrid celebrated their LaLiga triumph with a parade around the Spanish capital.

It took the ex-Borussia Dortmund man just 10 minutes to get on the scoresheet, receiving Toni Kroos' cross and cushioning a volley across goal into the far corner.

Bellingham also contributed two assists in the match, taking his tally to 35 goal contributions in 40 games for Real Madrid this season.

Yet just hours ahead of kick-off, Bellingham was filmed walking around on the Bernabeu turf with his earphones in.

Hilariously his brother Jobe, 18, was in the stands and could be seen Facetiming Jude.

Bellingham laughed at the funny situation, before he appeared to take a photo of his brother at the end of the clip.

Jude's mum, Denise, moved to Madrid with the midfielder following his transfer from Dortmund last summer.

Dad Mark stayed with Jobe in England, joining him in Sunderland after his switch from Birmingham.

Meanwhile, Jude is looking to add the Champions League to his LaLiga title when Real Madrid take on Dortmund at Wembley on June 1.

But he has already thoroughly impressed both on and off the pitch during his first season in Madrid - showcasing his class yet again on Sunday as he addressed the Los Blancos fans in Spanish.

He said: "Many thanks for your support and the love shown this season.

"We've got one more big game at Wembley. We're going to win.

"Come on Madrid."