Jude Bellingham becomes fourth player in history to score 10 Champions League goals before 21 as Real Madrid beat Napoli

JUDE BELLINGHAM has become the fourth player to reach 10 Champions League goals before the age of 21.

The Real Madrid superstar, 20, scored for the LaLiga giants yet again on Wednesday evening in his side’s 4-2 win over Napoli.

AFPJude Bellingham headed home Real Madrid’s second goal against Napoli[/caption]

AFPThe England man bagged his 10th Champions League goal on Wednesday evening[/caption]

Bellingham is one of just four players to reach the landmark before the age of 21Getty

He superbly headed home a David Alaba cross to put Los Blancos 2-1 ahead after they had gone behind early on.

It means he has now scored 15 goals in 16 games in all competitions since arriving in Spain.

That includes four in four in the Champions League.

Those strikes add to the six times he found the back of the net for Borussia Dortmund in Europe’s elite competition.

It takes his Champions League goal tally to 10 in 27 matches.

And it also means he is only the fourth player to reach the milestone before his 21st birthday – which is not until June 29 next year.

The only others to have achieved the feat are Karim Benzema, Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland.

It is just the latest landmark Bellingham has managed after another sensational few days.


Bellingham has quickly become Real Madrid’s talismanRex

The England man scored Real Madrid’s final goal in a 3-0 win over Cadiz on Sunday.

The strike meant he racked up more goals in his first 15 games for Real Madrid than any player in the club’s history – scoring 14 in that period.

The record was previously held by Cristiano Ronaldo, Alfredo Di Stefano and Pruden, all of whom scored 13 in their first 15 matches.

Bellingham has four goals in four Champions League games for Real Madrid