Jude Bellingham saved England a draw in a friendly against Belgium at Wembley Stadium

On Tuesday, at the legendary Wembley Stadium, a friendly match between the national teams of England and Belgium took place. Belgium, wearing an unusual uniform of light blue shirts and brown shorts, took the lead thanks to Youri Tielemans’ excellent strike. He opened the scoring in the 11th minute, converting an error from England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.

However, England’s response was not long in coming. Ivan Toney equalized the score soon after, converting a penalty on his debut for the national team. It was a landmark moment for England, who had previously lost to Brazil and looked completely different this time around.
In post-match comments, Jude Bellingham, England’s savior shared his thoughts on the match and expressed optimism for the future: “I knew we would get criticism if we lost both of these matches. But we have to take every opportunity to win and learn from them.” games. I know some will be negative, but we have to look at the positives. I’m sure our coach will be happy with how we played.”
However, not all the news was good for England. Manager Gareth Southgate was likely upset by the early substitution of John Stones, who was injured during the match. This added to an already difficult situation in England’s defense after Kyle Walker was injured in the previous match against Brazil.
Despite this, England put in a good performance, much better than their performance against Brazil on Saturday. They created numerous chances and threats towards the Belgian goal and Bellingham’s superb stoppage time goal capped off their persistent efforts.
As a result, the match ended in a 2:2 draw, which pleased the English fans.