Hilarious moment England squad finally find something Jude Bellingham isn’t very good at as he plays balloon ping pong

Hilarious moment England squad finally find something Jude Bellingham isn’t very good at as he plays balloon ping pong

GOAL hero Jude Bellingham goes for an air shot in a balloon game against his teammates — and ends up a little deflated.

The Real Madrid sensation, 20, and his Three Lions pals used the air from a balloon to blow a ping pong ball into a cup taped to the edge of a table.

InstagramJude Bellingham missed a shot for once as England teammates played a balloon challenge game[/caption]

InstagramThe Three Lions took turns trying to get a ping pong ball in a cup taped to the edge of a table using air from a deflating balloon[/caption]

But Jude, who scored England’s goal in Sunday’s 1-0 win against Serbia, shot wide of the mark.

In a video posted on social media, Manchester United’s Kobbie Mainoo was the only one to get the ball in — his second cup win in as many months.

It comes after Rishi Sunak and Keir Starmer urged the nation to sing Hey Jude after Bellingham’s sensational header.

Rishi said: “We want more goals and more singing Hey Jude.”

Music site Spotify said streams had rocketed 19 per cent overnight, and are set to rise further.

The PM said yesterday: “It’s great to see England get our Euros campaign off to a winning start, the whole country is behind them to go all the way.

“And when it comes to the chants specifically, I agree with what Gareth Southgate has said about that chant in the past.

“What we want is to represent the best of our country at these tournaments – and that means more goals for Jude Bellingham and more singing of Hey Jude.”

In a rare show of election unity, Arsenal fan Sir Keir Starmer agreed.

The Labour leader told The Sun: “What better way of celebrating our new wonderkid Bellingham than belting out the classic Hey Jude?”

He added: “Our songs should be about backing the players on the pitch rather than anything else.”

InstagramManchester United’s Kobbie Mainoo was the only one to get the ball in — his second cup win in as many months[/caption]

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