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Phil Foden Explains Why He Doesn’t Want To “big Up” Jude Bellingham Despite Top Display

phil foden cheers jude bellingham as a generation of geniuses After England reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup.

England teenager Bellingham, 19, Made a blockbuster match show Gareth Southgate’s men beat Senegal at Al Bayt.They will now face defending world champions France on Saturday, but Bellingham steals Show off his world-class potential with a performance.

manchester city Star Foden, 22, believes Bellingham is destined to become the best midfielder in the world and will be a huge weapon against France.

Foden said: “I don’t want to exaggerate him because he’s young, but he’s one of the most talented players I’ve ever seen. I don’t see any weakness in his game, I think he has everything, I believe He will be the best midfielder in the world.

“We’re all excited about the result and tonight we’re going to celebrate. It’s the knockout rounds and we’re going to have to recover and think about our next opponent and it’s going to be very tough.

“They looked the strongest so far, everywhere you look they have talented players, but we backed ourselves up today and we’re confident.

“Senegal are a great team and I think they will cause some problems for the team. They play one-on-one and are very physical, but it’s about buying time, keeping the ball moving and finding spaces Where. I went down the line more for the first goal, flicked around the corners, our wingers were more involved in the game and had a bigger impact on the game.”

Foden sent two assists Jordan Henderson, Harry Kane and bukayo saka We are all on target and now England can enjoy real momentum and optimism. It was also a big night for Foden, who shined again, made a point and showed why he deserves to start for England.







Jude Bellingham helps England reach World Cup quarter-finals
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He added: “It’s important to show everyone my game and I want to take my good form into the World Cup and I feel like tonight might be my best game in England so I’m really happy.”

On Saka’s assist, Foden added: “I saw him wandering in the box, I saw Koulibaly cross and I managed to pass the ball through his legs. Bukayo is really good: at the right time Appeared in the right place and I’m glad I found him.”

Bellingham paid tribute to Henderson, lauding the 32-year-old’s immense influence and influence for England. He added: “Excellent performance, I’ve seen some crap about his game. It’s ridiculous, he’s technically underrated and he’s played a big game, so I think now it’s him who gets the respect It’s time.







Jude Bellingham proves his incredible talent once again as he beats Senegal
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“The first 35 minutes were tough, they were compact, hard to get through and very dynamic. They got in a couple of times out wide, so we needed to get the first goal and when we did we would in a favorable position.

“The goal was really successful and when H dropped back I knew he could find anyone on the pitch so I had to take my timing and I knew when I got into those areas I believed the lads around me were taking great s position.

“I think when you have such a high quality in the team, you don’t have to work so hard on it, but we get established patterns and follow them as much as possible and when we have players like us, They can play one touch, two touches. You can break them and get free.”

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