Jude Bellingham becomes the most prolific English teenager in the Champions League, while Erling Haaland is on the end of a cheeky chant as Borussia Dortmund stifle Man City


Jude Bellingham has scored more goals than any other English teenager in the Champions League against Manchester City.

The Borussia Dortmund star headed in Marco Reus’ cross from the left to give the German side a surprise lead at the Etihad Stadium.


Bellingham gave Dortmund the lead in the 56th minute

Bellingham have fun and now hold a record


Bellingham have fun and now hold a record

The 19-year-old now has four Champions League goals, meaning he replaces Wayne Rooney, Phil Foden, Theo Walcott and Jadon Sancho as the record holder for most goals as an English teenager in the competition.

It is also Bellingham’s 18th appearance in the competition. again, the most by any English teenager.

The goal came moments after Reus nearly put the visitors ahead in a game which saw them effectively stifle Pep Guardiola’s men.

City managed to get level thanks to a superb long-range effort from John Stones.

Erling Haaland, who has already scored 12 goals for City, remained silent apart from hitting the post with an effort from a tight angle.

As a former Dortmund player, Haaland isn’t getting much joy from traveling fans, who have been heard giving a wry chant at their former striker.

It's just not Haaland's night, much to the delight of the Dortmund faithful


It’s just not Haaland’s night, much to the delight of the Dortmund faithful

“Not much to shout about from Erling Haaland. He worked hard, he came deep to try and win the ball for City,” Adrian Durham said in commentary for talkSPORT.

“Sometimes Dortmund fans would sing words like ‘you’re not very good and you know you are’.” I can’t repeat the actual words they used.

“Obviously, that’s ironic!”

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