Jude Bellingham was spotted at the Stadium of Light to see younger brother Jobe start for Sunderland just two days after helping Real Madrid beat Deportivo Alaves


It was seen that Jude Bellingham was at the Stadium of Light on Saturday to cheer on his younger brother Jobe, who started for Sunderland in their 3-0 loss to Coventry City.


It was Michelle Beale’s first game as manager of the Black Cats after taking over from Tony Mowbray, who was fired at the beginning of December. Sunderland has lost 10 games this season and is now ninth in the Championship table.

Jobe moved from Birmingham City to Sunderland this summer and has had a great first season with the club. He has played in all but one of their Championship games this season and has scored four goals and set up another.


He has started 20 of those 21 games because of how well he has played, but the club has been working hard in recent weeks to make sure that the 18-year-old star doesn’t get too tired over the holidays. Jobe came on as a substitute during Sunderland’s 1-0 loss to Bristol City last weekend.

Even so, he was back in the starting eleven for today’s game against Coventry City. His brother traveled from Madrid to watch him play, but the Real Madrid star would have liked a different outcome.

Jude had been playing on Thursday, when he helped Real Madrid beat Deportivo Alaves in the last minute to stay on top of La Liga, tied with Girona on 45 points.

Watchers saw him smile and talk to other fans while taking a picture of the pitch from the stands inside the Stadium of Light.

Even though Bellingham seemed happy, Sunderland was already down 3-0 after 70 minutes, losing their second game in a row.

Tadashi Sakamoto scored the first goal just before halftime. In the second half, Callum O’Hare and Kasey Palmer scored.

Hey Jude! Real Madrid star Bellingham visits Sunderland to see younger brother Jobe in action against Coventry | Goal.com

This week, Mail Sport shed some light on how their parents, Mark and Denise, have been supporting the two stars by splitting their time.

Mrs. Bellingham was seen with Jude in Madrid earlier this week, and then she was seen enjoying her birthday in a restaurant in Newcastle a few days later.

Jobe and Jude, meanwhile, were seen on vacation together earlier this summer. They were in the south of France for a break before starting their new clubs.

Sunderland vs Coventry City: Real Madrid star Jude Bellingham arrives at Stadium of Light

Jude, meanwhile, has also had a great start to life in Madrid. He has scored 17 goals in his first 21 games for Real Madrid across all tournaments, including two goals in his last three La Liga games.

Sunderland has three games before their next one, which is next Tuesday against Hull City. Madrid’s next game is on January 3 against Mallorca.

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