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Jude Bellingham celebrated Phil Foden’s England goal vs Wales BEFORE it went in

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JUDE BELLINGHAM celebrated Phil Foden’s goal against Wales BEFORE the ball had hit the back of the net.

Manchester City ace Foden, 22, scored the second in the 3-0 win over the Dragons.

Bellingham was already celebrating as Foden slotted home
Bellingham and Foden celebrate after the Manchester City ace put England 2-0 up against Wales

It might have been his first start of the tournament, but Bellingham clearly wasn’t worried about Foden’s match sharpness.

The 19-year-old Borussia Dortmund starlet was so confident Foden would score he raised his arms in celebration before the ball nestled into the back of the net.

Bellingham was then the first to reach Foden as the playmaker wheeled away in jubilation after scoring.

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And England fans absolutely loved the fact that Bellingham knew it was in before Foden had even connected with the ball.

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One wrote on Twitter: “I’ve given it some thought and Bellingham celebrating the goal before the ball had even got through to Foden was my highlight of last night.”

Another said: “I love the fact that Bellingham starts to celebrate before Foden put the ball in the back of the net.”

A third added: “Love that, Bellingham running away to celebrate before Foden even touched the ball. He knew that boy doesn’t miss.”

And a fourth said: “Bellingham is celebrating that goal before Foden even strikes it. Brilliant.”

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Foden’s goal was sandwiched between two strikes from Marcus Rashford.

The Manchester United ace dedicated his stunning opening goal to close friend Garfield Hayward, who lost his battle with cancer just days before the match.

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The win over rivals Wales sent the Three Lions through to the World Cup knockouts as group winners.

Gareth Southgate and Co now face Senegal on Sunday for a place in the quarter-finals.

Source: The Sun

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